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We get that furniture and home goods can be pretty pricey, especially if you're shopping at our city's best shops. Luckily this Thursday, February 7th from 11am to 5pm, LA's popular design gallery row Melrose Avenue is hosting a one-day-sale with all kinds of call deals for your abode.
Four top galleries—Reform (known for California Modern pieces), The Window (known for eclectic essentials), Object (known for Scandinavian small items), and Galerie Half (known for mid-century modern, as well as primitive American and French)—will be hooking up deals on quintessential 20th Century design, as well as 18th and 19th Century pieces that they're telling us "will be priced right for the young and new collector."
Official markdowns have yet to be revealed, bur Galerie Half tells us that its prices will range from $200 to $4,000, so start saving up now.
· Galerie Half [Official Site]
· Mapped! LA's 38 Best Shops for Home Decor and Furniture [Racked]