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Decorators know the name Madeline Weinrib. The interior designer started her career as a painter but soon felt the urge to jump into the family business—her grandfather, Max Weinrib, founded decor mecca ABC Carpet & Home in NYC. Now, working with artisans in India, Asia, Pakistan, Nepal, Turkey and Morocco, she produces fabrics, rugs, pillows, towels, accessories and more.
Weinrib's gorgeous furnishings rarely go on sale, but this week she's making an exception for all of her clients in LA. Her first West Coast sale kicks off tomorrow at 8473 Melrose Place at 10am and runs through Sunday. We dropped by this morning to eyeball the offerings, which include lots of pillows (hand-embroidered Suzani, block print, velvet Ikat and more in all sizes), hand-blocked quilts (twin for $99, queen for $149 and baby for $59), fabric by the yard (something that's typically not available to the public), stacks of hand-woven wool and cotton rugs (4x6, 6x9, 9x12, 10x14 and runners) and much more—all marked 40 to 70% off retail. The quality is excellent and the prices are definitely right.
· Madeline Weinrib [Official Site]
· Madeline Winrib [Dealfeed]