|By Marketwired .||
|February 14, 2014 03:05 AM EST||
SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwired - February 14, 2014) - Lumens.com announces its Presidents' Day Lighting Sale, where customers can save up to 50% on more than 15 top contemporary brands from February 14-17, 2013. The sale includes exclusive savings on all lighting by Besa, Eglo, Jonathan Adler and LightLove, plus sales on LBL Lighting, DwellStudio bedding, Feiss lighting and others.
Discounts in the Presidents' Day Lighting Sale available only at Lumens.com include:
Jonathan Adler: This retro-inspired, quirky lighting collection is 20% off during the Presidents' Day Sale at Lumens.com. This Jonathan Adler lighting sale includes the popular Meurice and Parker collections.
Besa Lighting: Customers can save more than 25% on mini pendant lighting, wall sconces and more from Besa's vast selection.
Eglo Lighting: Eglo offers a wide range of contemporary styles for every room, including popular outdoor lighting products. Customers can save more than 25% on Eglo lighting during the sale.
LightLove: New at Lumens, this unique collection of contemporary European designs will be more than 30% off during the Presidents' Day Sale.
Other discounts in the sale include:
DwellStudio: Closeout and clearance items from DwellStudio are marked down up to 50% off list prices, including favorites in bedding and textile designs.
LBL Lighting: One of Lumens' customers' favorite lighting collections, LBL Lighting is marked down more than 25% off list prices for the Presidents' Day Lighting Sale. The LBL Collection includes energy-efficient pendants, bath and vanity lights and more from the brand's unique design team.
Feiss: Customers can also save more than 25% on lighting by Feiss thru February 17, 2014.
The Lumens.com Presidents' Day Lighting Sale also includes discounts on modern lighting for the kitchen, bath, outdoor space and more.
Lumens also offers free shipping on orders of $50 or more (exclusions do apply), plus a low-price guarantee and access to lighting experts via our customer service center.
In addition to these exclusive discounts, Lumens.com also offers:
-Free shipping on orders of $50 or more (exclusions do apply)
-Expert service via our customer service center
-Easy, no-hassle returns
-Volume order discounts
-More than 300 manufacturers, from contemporary lighting to transitional fixtures and modern furnishings, gifts and home accessories.
For additional information on exclusive offers and the contemporary lighting and home furnishings in the Lumens.com Presidents' Day Lighting Sale, contact Sarah Schaale or visit lumens.com.
Lumens.com is dedicated to offering a vast selection of design-oriented lighting, fans, furniture and home accessories from more than 300 brands, with products ranging from contemporary international styles, modern interpretations of classic design and the work of small, independent studios. Find designs from international brands like Artemide, Flos and Alessi and American names like Hubbardton Forge, Tech Lighting and Herman Miller.
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For information about this release or about Lumens.com, contact Marketing Communications Manager Sarah Schaale at:
2020 L Street, Suite LL10
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