Home Design Deals: Summer Sales Roundup

DC’s seen more rain than shine this summer. If your pool plans get rained out, grab your umbrella and check out the surplus of semi-annual sales at these home decor and furniture stores.

Just when you thought all the Independence Day sales had ended, Tradition de France celebrates its namesake’s own Bastille Day on July 14. Sort through the three floors of French antiques, some of which date back to the days of Louis XV, with prices reduced by 20 to 50 percent. The sale continues through July.

From July 12 through 26, the Brass Knob and its warehouse location, Back Doors Warehouse, will offer 10 to 30 percent off their entire stock of antique hardware—everything from early 1900s doorknobs to lamps circa 1920. This is one of two sales the shops offer each year. Work up an appetite with all that shopping? Head over to Skynear and Company on July 20, where staff members at the Adams Morgan shop are handing out glasses of cold milk and peanut butter sandwiches, along with great savings. Save $10 for every $100 you spend. You can also make sure you look as good as your place by snagging some items from their jewelry sale. Receive a free pair of earrings with every piece of jewelry you buy.

Kreiss Collection celebrates 70 years of business with a sale. Through the end of August, the store offers oversize contemporary furniture at 30 to 40 percent off.

Arise Gallery is moving to a yet-to-be-named-location, so the 1,500-square-foot warehouse is hosting a sale on all of its Asian-inspired furniture and accessories. Prices on furniture and lighting are marked down 70 to 80 percent.

The staff at Muleh is making way for summer with a sale on their spring merchandise. Furniture made from exotic materials like bamboo and recycled teak is up to 40 percent off.

Iittala glassware comes in a variety of colors and styles. Find it for 15 percent off now through the end of July at Chinoiserie.

Know of another great sale we didn't mention? Tell us in the comments! 

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