Weekly Sales & Events Calendar
Aaron Able
Sep 9, 2010

• Crate & Barrel Upholstery Sale
• Community Forklift Anniversary Sale
• Creative Classics Furniture Sale
• Palladio and His Legacy @ NBM
• Red Barn Mercantile Sale
• Dwelling & Design Sale
• Washington Design Center's Design House
• Viva Terra Furniture Sale
• Cuddledown Pillow Sale
• Shelving Sale @ The Container Store

• Piero Lissoni @ BOFFI Georgetown
• Knoll Space Sale at Vastu
• Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s @ NBM
• The Washington Design Center Sample Sale
• Mount Rainier Home & Building Tour

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Crate & Barrel Upholstery Sale 15% off stock and stock plus upholstery. 25% off custom upholstery orders.
In stores and online.
9/3 -10/11

Community Forklift Anniversary Sale One year ago, we opened our "Salvage Arts" department, featuring architectural salvage, restored lighting, vintage housewares, and antique ironwork. We are celebrating the anniversary with 50% off brass, porcelain, and crystal doorknob sets, reclaimed wood panel doors, select light fixtures and glass shades, antique advertising tins, pre-1900's glass bottles, art pottery, stoneware, white vitreous china pedestal sinks and reclaimed mantelpieces.
Community Forklift | 4671 Tanglewood Drive, Edmonston/Hyattsville Maryland 20781
9/1 - 9/30

Creative Classics Furniture Anniversary Sale 10-Year Anniversary Sale
Creative Classics Furniture | 906 King St. Alexandria, Virginia 22314
9/1 - 10/4

Palladio and His Legacy: A Transatlantic Journey 31 rare drawings by Palladio from the outstanding collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects Trust. the exhibition examines the development of Palladio's design sensibility through his drawings and his architectural texts. The exhibition also includes detailed architectural models, created and loaned by renowned modelmaker Timothy Richards, which demonstrate the spread of Palladio's architectural theories to America, most notably through the work and influence of Thomas Jefferson and in designs for monumental buildings in Washington DC.
National Building Museum | 401 F Street NW Washington DC 20001
9/2 - 1/9

Red Barn Mercantile Sale 25% off all special order upholstered furniture that is benchmade in the US. Choose from standard sizes or customize the size to fit your room!
Red Barn Mercantile | 113 South Columbus Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314
9/1 - 9/30

Dwelling & Design Sale Storewide Sale: 20% off in-stock merchandise, excluding original art and jewelry.
Dwelling & Design | 13 Goldsborough Street Easton, Maryland 21601
9/1-9/30: open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm

• The Washington Design Center's Design House The 2010 Design House — The Hall of Fame House — residing within The Washington Design Center, provides lifestyle-conscious consumers an entrée into the world of high-end home décor. This year's eight-room design house will be designed by well-known WDC Hall of Fame Designers.
The Washington Design Center | 300 D Street SW Washington DC
5/21 - 12/4

Viva Terra Furniture Sale Save up to 25% on beds, seating, tables and more.
Now - 9/30

Cuddledown Pillow Sale All pillows 20-30% off!
8/22 - 9/27

Shelving Sale @ The Container Store 25% off our entire shelving collection — from customizable modular systems to a simple, single shelf. Plus, save 25% off elfa Installation Service.
In stores and online.
Now - 10/17

Piero Lissoni @ BOFFI Georgetown BOFFI Georgetown presents: 'An Evening with Piero Lissoni' Lissoni, who designed the 6000 square-foot Boffi Georgetown showroom in cooperation with the Boffi marketing department, will give a talk at this key AIA | DC Architecture Week event. The $20 event registration fee and proceeds benefit the Washington Architectural Foundation.
BOFFI Georgetown | 3307 M Street, NW
9/16: 6:30pm- 9:30pm

• Knoll Space Sale at Vastu 15% off over 100 mid-century classic and modern Knoll designs. Choose from hundreds of fabrics and finishes to acquire a made-to-order, personalized piece.
Vastu | 1829 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
9/24 - 10/3

Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s @ NBM Between 1933 and 1940, during the bleak years of the Great Depression, tens of millions of visitors flocked to world's fairs in six American cities: Chicago, San Diego, Dallas, Cleveland, San Francisco, and New York. The National Building Museum's upcoming exhibition Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s explores how fair designers and planners employed innovative architecture, urban planning, and industrial design as vehicles for promoting a more hopeful vision for the future.
National Building Museum | 401 F Street NW Washington DC 20001
10/2 - 7/10/2011

• The Washington Design Center Sample Sale Shop the region's most extensive and luxurious collection of home furnishings at a deep discount. the sample sale is an opportunity to shop hundreds of high-end items including furniture, rugs, lighting, art and accessories at up to 75% off. Admission is $5, benefiting pediatric oncology programs at the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The Washington Design Center | 300 D Street SW Washington DC 20024
TRADE: 10/7 & 10/8: 9am - 5pm
PUBLIC: 10/9: 10am - 3pm

Mount Rainier Home & Building Tour Mount Rainier is celebrating its 100th Anniversarywith a tour of the city's houses and buildings known for renovations that keep the historic nature of the homes, green renovations, and artists that have reworked the huses into work-studio space.
1 Municipal Plaza (34th and Rhode Island Avenue), Mount Rainier, Maryland
10/17: 12pm - 5pm

Image: Oasis Sofa at the Crate & Barrel Upholstery Sale


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