What You'll Get
Without furniture, houses would lack a conventional means of expressing their individuality, forcing them to resort to potentially ruinous facial piercings. Help domiciles save face with today’s Groupon: for $50, you get $100 worth of home furnishings at Revival Home in West Hartford.
Revival Home help customers reinvigorate rooms with gently used, affordable domestic furnishings, often from designer brands such as Baker and Ralph Lauren. Furniture couturiers can trick out their counters and couches with pillows ($25), whereas antique silver flatware by Sheffield ($100/set), Wedgwood china plates, cups, and saucers ($50), and Kate Spade stemware ($50) lend an elegant touch to kitchens. Decorative blue-and-white porcelain vases ($50) give floral bouquets a fetching resting place and double as aesthetically pleasing projectiles during fits of pique. The shop's stock rotates daily, boasting everything from brass sconces ($200/pair) and an antique mahogany end table ($200) to framed original artwork or signed prints ($100) to a leather ottoman with storage ($200). Relying on consignment goods, Revival Home saves great sofas and armoires from having to fraternize with seagulls at the local landfill.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Revival Home
Revival Home helps customers invigorate rooms with vintage furniture items and gently used designer pieces by Baker, Ralph Lauren, and Kate Spade. Owner Arlene opened Revival Home in the summer of 2009 during an economic recession in hopes of equipping shoppers with high-quality homewares for reasonable prices. Using her background in art direction, she hand selects each item from estate sales in the Hamptons to populate her recently renovated 10,000-square-foot show room with antique flatware, china sets, and ottomans. Because Revival Home relies on consignment goods, its stock rotates daily, providing shoppers with new antique lamps to check for genies on each visit.