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Been wanting to spruce up your home space, but put yourself on a tight budget? No worries, handmade wood goods brand Boyce Studio—along with a few local friends—will be heading to Shreebs Coffee's cute Arts District pop-up this Saturday to offer their seconds (aka slightly imperfect pieces) for half the price so you can stock up for less.
From 12pm to 4pm, shoppers can scope out indigo-dyed textiles from Juniper and Fir and home fragrances by Studio Sandoval in addition to Boyce's planters, side tables, and more—all at reduced rates. Grab a pepper-spiked "Salted Dulce" latte (or whatever you fancy from Shreebs's creative menu) plus eats from The Rooster truck (all breakfast, all the time) and chill on the lawn to reward yourself for some seriously smart shopping.