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Cady's Alley to Host "Days of Design" Event Celebrating National Design Week From October 13-21
Georgetown’s Design District Embraces Design Excellence and Innovation With Design Focused Events and Promotions in Cady’s Alley Stores and Showrooms
Days of Design event highlights include: DIY Halloween Entertaining Ideas at CB2; AIA Pop-Up Design Bookstore; How To Entertain for the Holidays in-store workshop at West Elm, exhibition and 15 percent discount off in-store purchases at L’Eclat de Verre; Opening Reception for Artist Karin Johansson New Places / Abstractions of a City at Jewelerswerk Galerie; and many week-long promotions and specials at various retailers.
The retailers of Cady’s Alley and M Street share a deep commitment to quality design and encompass architecture, interiors, furniture, products, fashion and culinary arts. The Days of Design series aims to highlight the ways in which design enriches everyday life while further cementing Cady’s Alley’s reputation as Washington’s premier Design District.
For a complete listing of specific Days of Design events, please visit the Cady’s Alley website at: www.cadysalley.com or Cady’s Alley Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/
Design-Related Events, Workshops, Lectures, Exhibitions, Pop- Ups & Promotions
WHEN: October 13-21, 2012
Washington, DC 20007
CONTACT: Matt Hagan
About Cady’s Alley
Cady's Alley, frequently referred to as Georgetown’s Design District, features international and local home furnishing retailers as well as trendy boutiques, along with the popular Kafe Leopold restaurant nestled in the Cady’s Alley central courtyard with indoor and outdoor seating. Cady’s Alley is a truly unique design-focused shopping destination within an entire city block of Washington’s historic Georgetown neighborhood. Retail showrooms feature lofted ceilings, glass and steel walls and stairs, exposed brick, and dramatic skylights. The retail corridor also includes the chic L2 Lounge, a prominent evening establishment, and a quaint pedestrian-friendly alleyway, accessible from 33rd, 34th and M Streets, NW.
Page Updated Last on: Oct 09, 2012