One Kings Lane, Traditional Home to Host Online Tag Sale

LOS ANGELES-One Kings Lane, a private online shopping destination for home decor, furnishings and accessories, is teaming up with Traditional Home magazine to offer Tastemaker Tag Sales on the One Kings Lane website this summer.

The Trad Home Tastemaker Tag Sales will be curated by various designers who recently made it onto Traditional Home's "New Traditionals" hotlist of designers to watch. The New Traditionals will be featured in the May issue of Traditional Home, and also in the inaugural issue of Trad Home, a new online shelter publication co-created by the editors of Traditional Home and Lonny.

For the Trad Home Tastemaker tag sales, designers will create rooms and vignettes for One Kings Lane. Each Trad Home Tastemaker Tag Sale will feature items from the designers' rooms, which will be available for purchase to the general public. The program is slated to launch in late June and continue with bi-weekly sales through the summer.

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