The past few weeks have been a complete blur what with the Habitat for Humanity Home Builders Blitz project wrapping up (I promise to post updates soon – there is so much to share from our very emotional final day), my kids having their end of school year celebrations (also emotion-filled), plus the on-going planning at Designer Bath for our biggest sale of the year (tons of media insertions have been produced – have you seen them?) People on the North Shore and beyond have been taking advantage of this sale for the past 22 years and marking their calendars in advance – it’s that good! Come by the showroom and take home faucets, furnishings, sinks, mirrors, tubs, lighting and more must-haves for the kitchen and bath at major price reductions. There are some gorgeous vessel sinks at ridiculously low prices featured in the flier above ... take a peek!
And this Saturday only, join us from 8am to 4pm for their annual Home Improvement Yard Sale which will be set up under a huge tent (rain or shine) at our River Street location. Also offering items at huge savings will be our friends from Moynihan Lumber,Landry & Arcari and Lucia Lighting. Arrive early for best selection and make sure you have room in your vehicle to bring home some amazing deals!! Now is the time to get what you need to finish your home improvement projects at the best price possible! Lots of exclamation points, I know, but I have heard this will be an amazing day of unbelievable deals.
I’ll be hanging out with the rest of the Designer Bath & Salem Plumbing Supply team (look for us in our bright Tangerine Tango “STAFF” T-shirts) so stop by and say hi if you see me taking pictures of the madness : )
This week began with gray skies, torrential rains, swirls of wind and chilly temps ... so unseasonal for the beginning of June. But on location at the Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity Builders Blitz project, I have heard that volunteers arrived wearing sunny dispositions, and were immediately warmed by the positive energy surrounding the Market Street jobsite in Lawrence. When the planning for this type of multiple-contractor project begins almost a year in advance, the actual coming together of all the parts – in the span of one week – is a sight to behold. It is almost like a choreographed dance (don’t tell the guys I said that!) Tomorrow I am visiting the site to help out my logistics team members and snap some progress photos for New England Finery Magazine. Although truth be told, I really just want to soak up the good karma and see for myself the house that hope built.