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Jonathan Adler Sale

I like the title of this sale going on now over at Jonathan AdlerSpend More, Save More. For some reason, this really appeals to me since I’m all about justifying the purchase of moderately expensive things. But serious, this sale is a good one if you’ve had your roaming eye on something like say, the giraffe lamp that I just purchased… I’ve wanted it for ages, but even with my trade discount it was still expensive. This sale is nearly double my discount, so I cashed in.

Hey it’s a giraffe and I really do need another lamp. Plus, with all the product knock off poor Jonathan has had to endure, it’s the least I can do to show a little support his way. Have you laid eyes on his new rugs? The yellow one is my fave, great pattern and the colors are sublime. His new Drysdale chair is a beauty too, the sexy shaped legs are such a surprising feature that it’s hard not to keep staring at them.

Spend $150 – save $20
Spend $250 – save $40
Spend $350 – save $60
Spend $450 – save $80
Spend $550 – save $100

By the way, have you checked out his new product line created exclusively for Barnes + Noble? Your thoughts? I have to say it didn’t click for me, but neither does his collection at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. I say go genuine expensive Jonathan or go home. Of course, I can’t afford most of it so I just wait for sales like this Spend More, Save More event to ease my conscience.

Enter code holidaylicious upon checkout, offer expires 12/31/07.

(images from jonathan adler)

Posted by decor8 in reader discounts on November 28, 2007

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  1. Anna at D16 commented
    November 28th, 2007 at 7:28pm

    I just got that email and rushed over to the site to start spending, haha! I’ve been coveting that giraffe lamp for a while, so I may just go ahead and do it.

    I’m not digging the B&N stuff, either. Those rugs, on the other hand… swoon.

  2. juliette commented
    November 29th, 2007 at 12:25pm

    B&N stuff = lame
    BBB stuf = lame.

    I actually bought 4 of the vinyl placemats last year and think the quality pretty much sucks. Really, how hard is it to screw up a vinyl placemat? anyhow. they do the job for everyday, but now that we have a round table they really irk me!

    any ideas for round table covers/placemats that are everyday-friendly?

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