Jewelry can make an outfit sparkle, though only exposure to the harshest neon lighting can make it truly glow. Get a luminescent look with today’s Groupon to Design Theory. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of vintage necklaces, artifacts and other merchandise.
- For $100, you get $200 toward one vintage necklace, artifact, or other item.<p>
Design Theory is open from 12-6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The store is closed Sundays and Mondays.
One-of-a-kind jewelry and hard-to-find botanicals inundate the diverse collection lining the curious aisles of Design Theory, Seattle’s exclusive retailer of Niven Morgan bath products. Ancient jewelry dating back to 3,000 B.C. bedecks modern-day appendages with the old-fashioned sparkle of brass rings decorated with colored glass ($50) and discarded microchips from the 17th century. Men’s accessories run the gamut from antique pocket watches ($175) to octopus cufflinks ($49) that help gents keep sleeve bottoms securely fastened in olde-timey style. A plethora of organic and imported bath products, including soaps ($3–$28) and perfumes ($12–$40), keep customers fresh and smelling of unique musks. Stress melts away as the Juan Baptiste 1717 bubble bath ($26) fills tubs with ephemeral orbs, and skin with rejuvenating chamomile and vitamins C and E. Spruce up visages or learn to empathize with the plight of fried breakfast foods with the egg-white facial soap ($4.50), infused with rosewater for extra suppleness.