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*SSE 18-11-06 50% off Moving Sale

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  • Full Name: BE DESIGN WORKS
  • Location: 102 Seaview Avenue
  • Phone: 250-931-1111
  • Expires: 22 days, 20 hours

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  • Item listed by: on December 4, 2018

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    As you will see from our open floor space we have begun the move to our new home at Merchant Meuws. Since not all of the antiques will fit at “2 BE”, we are selling all of our antiques (from tables to bangles) at 50% OFF until December 16th.

    BE will no longer be carrying paint at the new location. If you are one of the many Colorhouse/Yolo devotees on the island, this is your only chance to pick it up at 50% off.

    For those professional painters and woodworkers, all of our paint supplies are also 50% off and we still have some untinted Pratt & Lambert paint available at $10.00/gallon. Primer too.

    If you operate a professional cleaning service or a B&B, we have bulk sized Bona cleaning supplies to clear out.

    Other items, such as synthetic area rugs (most 5×7), small amounts of tile and mosaic tile, china, metal trunks, mirrors, original art prints and paintings, etc…. all at great prices until “BE 1” is empty or December 16th arrives, whichever comes first.

    PS : If anyone is interested in becoming a supplier of Colorhouse Paint, I have the equipment and materials needed for a boutique paint shop. It really is a wonderful paint.

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