Le Objects for the Home Springs a Sale...and a Design Class

| Updated: November 27, 2018
 
 

!--paging_filter--pIn celebration of spring's arrival, and to show off its new arrivals, stronga href="http://leobjects.com"Le Objects for the Home/a/strong (Georgetown, 1226 S Bailey St.; 206.604.4958) is having a Spring Sale./p
pEnjoy a strong20 percent discount/strong on almost all in-stock items, from lighting to pillows, furniture to artwork. While perusing the shop's collection of lovely objects (the sparkling geodes and rustic bird silhouttes, a customer favorite), be sure to take a look at the new line of strongdecorative pillows/strong,nbsp;which are sure to help you make an elegant springtime statement./p
pimg src="/sites/default/files/newfiles/thumb1da826ee347fe6e43b15ae9a30b44e5ec_image_180x180.jpg" alt="Le Objects pillow" width="300" height="300" /img src="/sites/default/files/newfiles/thumb1i_phone_1657.jpg" alt="Le Objects bird silhouettes" width="300" height="300" //p
pemA vibrant "Adriana Seinna" ($149.95) decorative pillow and a charming "Black Capped Chickadee" ($9.95) silhouette, just one of several bird species available/em/p
pThe sale continues through April 19th (strongonline shoppers/strong, use promo code: Spring)./p
pFYI: nbsp;A great time to swing by would be this Saturday (4/12) during the a href="http://www.georgetownartattack.com"strongGeorgetown/strongnbsp;/astronga href="http://www.georgetownartattack.com"Art Attack/a./strongnbsp; Not only will Le Objects' owner, interior designer Tim De Clue, be giving anbsp;strongfree demo classnbsp;/strong(6-9 p.m.)nbsp;on updating your interiors for spring, but the area's blocks will abound with other shopping, art and entertainment options (word is, some Easter egg treasure hunting might even take place)./p

 

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