March 24th, 2016 | Boston Interior Design Community
For the most part, the interior design showrooms at the Boston Design Center are to the trade only. What that means is, while the public is welcome to browse the design center, in order to actually make a purchase at many of the showrooms, you must be an architect, contractor or interior designer. The one exception? The BDC’s Sample Sale. This event, which is taking place on Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2, 2016, is entirely open to the public to both browse and shop. Even better: most of the items in the sale are deeply discounted.
Below is a list of the showrooms that are participating in the event, including our sister showroom, Divine Design Center (formerly Leicht Boston) which on the 6th floor of the BDC.
JANUS et Cie
Brookline Village Antiques
The Martin Group
Masterpiece Gallery & Framing
Divine Design Center
Other things to note: If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the thought of browsing the Boston Design Center on your own, you can enlist the help of a BDC Designer on Call who can offer advice and suggestions along the way. Also, while you shop, be sure to check out the center’s Vintage Vignettes, which will be on display through the end of April.
For more information on the Boston Design Center sample sale, visit the website, here.