This edition of "Fantastically Free!" is super belated, but equally as impressive (if I do say so myself!) as the first edition...
After we purchased our living and dining room furniture from Raymour & Flanigan, we received a $100 "thank you gift card" in the mail from the sales agent that helped us in the show room. At first I assumed it was too good to be true -- one of those "coupons" you can't redeem without being lured back to the store and tricked into spending a bunch of mula you didn't originally intend to, in order to get a discount you on items you didn't need in the first place. I knew we couldn't buy any furniture for $100, so a repeat visit to the show room would not be worthwhile. Instead, I decided to take a peek at the website to see if they carried any small items we could order online and get delivered. To my surprise, they did!
This silk flower arrangement sits in our office, and sure pretties it up! It's a real nice size for an end table, and even though they're faux, these blooms bring a smile to my face whenever I walk in the room and see them. Silk flowers are not for everyone, but I consider it a bonus that they "bloom" all year long and can't wilt! ;)
|Mixed Flowers in Silver Pot|
And speaking of brightening things up...
|Silver "S" Desk Lamp|
This lamp fits perfectly with the decor of the room. We initially had it atop our computer armoire, but we recently upgraded to a full-size computer desk with hutch, so this guy now sits on a little cabinet and looks just as nice there. I thought the curvy shape was unique, and love that the "S" design signified my hubby's first name!
At just under $100 for both items, I was very pleasantly surprised to be able to use my coupon without breaking the bank. I just love me a good deal! :) The cherry on the sundae is that I'm still loving both of these fantastically free items 15 months later! Bonus points!
Have you scored any noteworthy free or discounted items lately? I'd love to hear about it in the comments!
Note: I was not encouraged, paid or perked for writing this post. These opinions are purely my own -- I can't help bragging about such a good fantastically free find!