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Idea Space Design has a sale on home decor

House and HomeKeyshawn Johnson

Idea Space Design, which has created interiors for L.A. clients as diverse as football giant Keyshawn Johnson and novelist Bret Easton Ellis, is relocating its office and closing its furniture and accessories showroom in Beverly Hills. In a sale that runs through the end of the month, the firm will offer 50% to 75% reductions on its home decor. Designs emphasize clean lines and heroic proportions, exemplified by the diamond-tufted Cortisan wing chair shown above, with a 5-foot-high seat back; the piece is marked down to $2,150 from $4,300. Prices have been cut by half also for the zebrawood Roma Cube (now $1,050), whose gray vinyl top doubles as a stool and side table, and the rift-cut oak tray (now $198). Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays at 351 S. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills. (310) 360-7140 or ideaspacedesign.com.

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