The Fashion Magpie Serena and Lily Sale

Sale Snack: Serena & Lily Tent Sale.

Serena & Lily has marked down some of their iconic pieces as a part of their tent sale, including my Blake dresser, seen above, which is one of my all-time favorite pieces of furniture. (I shared a detailed review here.)

Below, some of my top picks that are a part of this sale:

serena and lily tent sale

LA JOLLA BASKETS — HAVE NEVER SEEN THESE ON SALE!!! ICONIC!

TEAK STEPSTOOL — ANOTHER S&L CLASSIC…GREAT FOR CHILDREN IN A KITCHEN OR BATHROOM, OR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY IN THE PANTRY

SEAHAVEN BEDDING AND PILLOWCASES — BOUGHT A TWIN SET FOR MICRO’S FUTURE BIG BOY BED!

BLAKE DRESSER

TABLE LAMP — SUCH CLEAN LINES!

DIP-DYED STOOLS — CUTE DECOR IN A BATHROOM, BY AN ARM CHAIR FOR A CUP OF TEA, BUY A ROCKING CHAIR IN A NURSERY, ETC

HOODED BABY TOWEL AND WASHCLOTH SET — A GREAT GIFT FOR AN UPCOMING BABY SHOWER, NEWBORN, ETC…!

BOLSTER COVER — I LOVE THIS GREEN STRIPE AS A CONTRAST TO ANOTHER PATTERN

GARDENSIDE TRAYS — GREAT FOR CORRALING ITEMS ON A COFFEE TABLE, CONSOLE, BEDSIDE TABLE, ETC….ALSO A CHIC GIFT!

WOVEN COFFEE TABLE

Not seen above, but I have had the best luck at tent sales / clearance sales with buying square shams to update our sofas and even our master bed. You could use these in the 22×22 square size either as dramatic shams on your bed or to update your living room couch, and these or these would be ultra-chic on an all-white bed. Just fill with a 24×24 pillow insert from Amazon. (Yes, 24×24! My biggest eye-opening interior design discovery is to always order 2″ up from the size of the pillow. I know, you’ll think “well, maybe that’s for some brands, but not a designer brand…!” Trust me — no more sad pillows if you go 2″ up in size. It may even arrive and you’ll feel like it won’t fit. It will! I promise!)

P.S. More recent home finds at great prices.

P.P.S. Designing a home to look like a Nancy Meyer movie set.

P.P.P.S. From back in the day: my New York apartment judges me, and the damned dresser that’s followed us from city to city whom I secretly love.

2 Comments

  1. Yes being an interior designer you always go up 2”. Good for you Jen—on spot!! If you go the Pottery Barn,West Elm, and the other 100’s of online sites, I have found they are never full enough. If you order online def get bigger! Go big or go home!! Jeff

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