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Knoll Sale 2012

September 22, 2012

Freshen up your space during Knoll‘s Annual Sale.  From Sept 21-30, 2012 you can save 15% on the best classic and contemporary designs.  Visit us at the SR Hughes showroom at Center 1 Tulsa and we’ll help you select the perfect fit.

Snowy days are perfect for Outdoor Living Design

February 9, 2011

Baby it’s cold outside and we want to stay indoors!  This winter weather has me daydreaming about warmer days lounging in the sun and entertaining outside.

Being a “list girl” means I get tremendous satisfaction by checking things off said list, so naturally I’ve added “budget and plan outdoor space” to my page.   Such a great indoor activity on a cold day that’ll have me outdoors and in my lounge chair on that first nice day of spring!  

I know its natural to start thinking of  what you need to enjoy the great outdoors in March when the first  few warm days arrive.  That is all fine and good, but be ready to settle for whatever is available at the time … and realize that it might not be the best fit.   Maybe you’re patient enough to wait for what you really want so you order it, but you also miss out on the spring fling because your precious cargo won’t arrive until late June!  My guess is that the majority of us are not so patient and we end up buying a quick fix that lasts one season. 

Break the cycle and start now!  We can have you asleep on your lounger in the sun just as the weather warms up.  SR Hughes offers tons of innovative options for living outdoors.  You can shop Alias, Mamagreen, Kartell, and Paola Lenti in the showroom.

If you are looking for something else, another option is to work with our design department and have access to many other lines such as Brown JordanSutherland Teak, Janus et Cie, Richard Schultz and many more.

In either case, now is the time to let us help you imagine that perfect outdoor space so that you’re sitting pretty just as the first blooms arrive and the blowing snow is just a mere memory.

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