What You'll Get
Most people’s first apartments had floors lined with raw oatmeal, a re-purposed Twister mat for a bed, and a showerhead that intermittently drizzled viscous, jet-black fluid and liquid police sirens. Now that you have the pad of your dreams, pick up some pad padding with today's deal: for $45, you get $100 worth of home accents, artisan jewelry, and gifts from being in St. Petersburg. Peaceful home accents, body ornaments, glassware, and other items meet the eye at being, an artsy retail store that uses organic elements, raw woods, and rich fabrics to create tranquil impressions. Bland homes can be revitalized with the 26-inch Nueve candelabra, with iron arms able to hold nine candles in vigil for losing baseball teams ($100). The white-porcelain palm-leaf platter adds a dash of earthy elegance to formal dining ($97.95), and driftwood vases engross tabletops with stories of the open sea ($99). This Groupon is also valid on sale merchandise, allowing rack miners to peruse mark-downs for deal-diamonds, or glean ideas from the wide array of eye-opening interior-design books ($59.95–$75). Spurred on by the stylish eclecticism of owner Amy Bromley and staffed by a team of professional design consultants, being helps customers embark on an artful adventure with possibilities that are more limitless than reading a Choose Your Own Adventure novel about completely charting out the digits of pi.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit, limit 1 per purchase. In-store only. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. No cash value. Tax and shipping not included. Valid toward sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
At being, owner Amy Bromley draws on her two decades of professional design experience to help shoppers convert their spaces into breathtaking expressions of style. Throw pillows burst with geometric and animal-print designs in the show room, which also holds kiln-dried hardwood furnishings and handmade jewelry and accents. Like the formal plaid suit of a lumberjack, pieces in the show room express both an elegant gentility and rustic, rough-hewn ethos. Shoppers peruse vases carved from driftwood, tables made from twisted roots, and candleholders made of silvery deer antlers. The attentive staff at being works hand in hand with homeowners to help make over living spaces with in-home appointments and full-scale consultations from professional designers.