Designer Sale in HealdsburgAuthor:Lindsey Shook
This weekend the French tradition of vide greniers—kind of a town-wide antique sale or flea market—is coming to Healdsburg. Two of the tiny Wine Country town’s design powerhouses—Myra Hoefer and Denise Trefry—are joining forces and merchandise to present a shopping event guaranteed to suprise and delight the style-minded shopper.
The designer duo launches the sale—dubbed BROCANTE—tomorrow at 11 a.m. in a cottage in back of Hoefer’s much-published (and often admired) Ivy House at 243 Center St., just off the Healdsburg Plaza. They will not only have offerings from their respective stores (Myra Hoefer Design and Tallulah), but Hoefer is providing great finds from her Parisian warehouses—all of the wares will be 30 to 40 percent off retail.
Expect things like the antler candle chandelier, tall pine chest, wooden chairs and butterfly art pictured here.
The massive 16-foot dining table, rustic easel and orange silk armchair shown above will also be available. Trefry, who is using the event to preview her new online store, MyTallulah, which goes live later this fall, will be selling everything from Andy Warhol lithographs to taffeta pillows to elaborate bespoke jewelry.
The sale runs Friday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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