Head to Chelsea Harbour, where the Design Centre is hosting its Ultimate Interior Design Sale from 7-11 January 2020.
With more than 30 international showrooms taking part, as well as additional 'house guests' selling their wares,it is an opportunity to pick up some exceptional pieces from some of the biggest names in design, at equally fabulous prices.
With discounts of up to 80%, you can start the New Year in style and snap up designs across a wide range of contemporary and classic furniture, lighting, flooring, fabrics and accessories.
- Ceccotti Collezioni’s ‘Saturn’ armchair upholstered in velvet, reduced by 50% from £16,680 to £8,340
- David Seyfried Ltd’s ‘Sanford’ sofa, reduced from £3,660 to £1,830
- Davidson’s ‘Hatter’ dining table with tinted Macassar top, reduced from £12,480 to £6,300
- Victoria + Albert Baths’ ‘Stiletto 100’ vanity unit, reduced from £2,400 to £500
- Simpsons’ ‘Belgravia’ headboard, reduced from £12,960 to £4,794
In the showrooms, don’t miss contemporary Italian furniture from Flexform (up to 40% off) and Gallotti&Radice. Nina Campbell’s oomph outdoor furniture collection has up to 35% off, while US brand Arteriors will have huge discounts on lighting, accessories and more.
De Le Cuona’s accessories will be up to half price, while Sahco cushions will have a 30% discount at Kvadrat at Home. In flooring, Tai Ping s is offering up to 60% off selected rugs, including those designed by Andre Fu; Jacaranda Carpets & Rugs has 50% off selected rugs, while Wool Classics is offering 60% off all stock items.
House guests, not usually seen at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour include leading furniture brands Robert Langford and Shepel, which are both offering up to 70% off. Ravelle will have handcrafted pieces on display in reconstituted stone at 50% off. Accessories from Batterbury will be discounted by 20%, while those from the Posh Trading Company will be up to half price.
With a Saturday opening and two late nights, there’s plenty of time to stop by, browse and buy, all at one address.
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Jacky Parker is a London-based freelance journalist and content creator, specialising in interiors, travel and food. From buying guides and real home case studies to shopping and news pages, she produces a wide range of features for national magazines and SEO content for websites
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