Ever wonder what designers do with the stuff that clients just can’t stomach? Or extra fabric? Or what if the designer just ordered wrong? (Hey, it happens.) Decorator Tag Sale lets designers put the goods up for sale, at a discount of course, rather than let it sit taking up space in their showroom or some warehouse.
A search of the site turned up pretty decent pieces from some of my favorite designers, including Amanda Nisbet, Sara Gilbane, and Tori Golub. Other participating designers include John Loecke, Foley & Cox, Timothy Whealon, and Philip Gorrivan. Take a look at my finds:
Chartreuse tufted chair with navy blue trim and gray stained legs, originally $1,800, now $1,000 from Amanda Nisbet.
French birdcage in original pale green paint with zinc tray, originally $1,750, now $1,400 from Tori Golub.
Fontana Arte crystal chandelier with clear and smoked glass, circa 1960, originally $8,750, now $7,000.
Double brass lamp with perforated cone shades, originally $1,188, now $950 from Tori Golub.
Pair of French leather armchairs with dark palissandre frames, originally $875, now $700 from Tori Golub.
1970’s painted metal hanging light, probably from Northern Europe, originally $500, now $300.
Custom laminated black and white acrylic side table with black pull out tray, originally $1,800, now $950 from Christopher Coleman.
Porcelain double gourd vase by Two’s Company in imperial yellow, originally $63, now $44 from Sara Gilbane.
Orange and pink striped cushions, originally $125, now $90 from Amanda Nisbet.
Nautilus pillow in blue and brown cut velvet on linen, originally $200, now $100 from Amanda Nisbet.
Real tree trunk side table, originally $950, now $675 from Sandra Oster.
One yard of embroidered Osborne and Little “Bahia” fabric from Liberty’s “Pampas” collection, originally $167, now $143 from Sara Gilbane.
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