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More action headed to Lincoln Boulevard. In addition to a scoring a stylish new Juice Served Here location, the rising Venice shopping stretch known as "The Linc" will soon play host to high-end consignment shop Leftover Luxuries's first-ever LA pop-up. The space will be open from October 15th through December 30th.
If you're not familiar with founder Wendi Smith's Virginia-based company, here's how it works: local residents, antique dealers, interior designers, and home stagers sell their goods on consignment (50/50 split; items are put on sale for 10-40% off). Leftover Luxuries then provides the pop-up venue to bring buyers and sellers together. At this sale, shoppers can discover pre-loved items like Ligne Roset tables, Italian chandeliers and the above twig chair at prices ranging from $20 to $5,000.
Pop-up hours will be Monday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm and Sunday from 12 to 5pm. Interested in consigning? Inquire here.
· Leftover Luxuries [Official Site]
· Photos: Wittmore Tricks Out Juice Served Here's Venice Shop [Racked]
· Shop Rainbow Fashion & Retro Treasures at Venice's Lincoln Blvd [Racked]