Joss & Main Hosting Millionaire Matchmaker Event
June 26, 2013,
Joss Main's Hollywood Love Nest page
BOSTON-Private-sale site Joss & Main has teamed up with "The Millionaire Matchmaker"'s Patti Stanger to host a Hollywood Love Nest private sale event. Having launched yesterday, the limited-edition sale includes items ranging from $21.95 for either the Clarissa mirror tray or Director's Chair sculpture to $829.58 for a Nuevo Clara leather lounge chair. Categories include rugs, lighting, furniture, wallpaper, home decor and textiles.
Patti Stanger is the CEO of the matchmaking service the Millionaire's Club as well as the star of Bravo's "The Millionaire Matchmaker" and dispenses love and relationship expertise-and "Patti-isms"-to her clients. Now she's offering home decorating help through Joss & Main, where she selected her favorite items to transform an ordinary space into a "breathtaking love nest."
Mitra Morgan, co-founder and chief curator of Joss & Main, said, "Patti has a great eye for home design and our team really enjoyed collaborating with her. Patti's aesthetic is elegant but she isn't afraid to experiment with pops of color and eclectic accents. We hope shoppers will have fun exploring the collection and perhaps take chances on exciting pieces they typically wouldn't consider. There will be a variety of items across all price points, so there is truly something for everyone here."
The Hollywood Love Nest sale will end July 20.
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