Don’t forget to come to Swing Tag Sunday!

A host of interiors products will be up for grabs at Tent London's discount extravaganza

As part of the London Design Festival, Livingetc in conjunction with Tent London is offering its readers the chance to buy a host of designer furniture, accesssories and interiors products at amazing discount prices this Sunday, 22 September at the Old Truman Brewery in Hanbury Street, London E1.

Among the designs on offer are many of the magazine’s favourites, including Ligne Roset sofas, Curiousa & Curiousa lighting and wallpaper from Abigail Edwards.

To get a flavour of just how fabulous the discounts will be, Curiousa & Curiousa’s Tassel lights normally retail at £450 each, but readers can pick up these exquisite pendants at 30 per cent off the RRP.

Similarly, all Ligne Roset furniture newly ordered from its City store in Shoreditch will be marked down by 20 per cent – its Confluences modular seating would suit any contemporary setting.

If the minimalist look is not your style, why not opt for the Briar Owl wallpaper by Abigail Edwards? Normally priced at £75 per 10m roll, the wallcovering will be available at Swing Tag Sunday at a breathtaking 20 per cent off.

To buy tickets for this one-off event, visit the Tent London website, but hurry – they’re selling faster than hot cakes!

Hope to see you all there…

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