W. Home Furnishings is heading to market. So that means, in order to fit all of the fab new stuff they are buying for the store, they have to make some room! So you can enjoy 50 to 70% percent off home decor items from October 16 until October 23. Whether you are just pining for new lamps for the bedroom, or are ready to redesign a whole room, you can help yourself to some major savings. Click here to visit their website.
That isn't the only big news at W. Home Furnishings. They have recently expanded and opened a new store in Baton Rouge, at 8645 Bluebonnet Blvd. Also, for all of you design obsessed readers, they have begun a fun blog for all things decor. You can check that out by clicking here.
W. Home Furnishings Lafayette is located in River Ranch at 1910 Kaliste Saloom Rd. Suite 400. Call 337.993.8883 for more information.
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