by Sasha Milena
Hot temperatures means hot summer deals in Palm Springs. With the heat index rising prices are coming down in the desert. Palm Springs is a wonderful place to visit for fun hotels, swim clubs, and restaurants and bars. When season residents are gone antique, retro, and design businesses slash prices so shoppers can find great bargains.
I was in At Home in Cathedral city and discovered their sizzling summer sale: 20%-50% their entire inventory! I found a beautiful 1960s teak buffet originally prices at $899 now priced at $500! But that's not all! Two Eames sidechairs that I swear I saw in a magazine were cut down in half to $300.
If you're a modern mid-century lover and you're on a budget this is a great place to find those pieces you've been missing in your collection.
Right down the street from At Home I saw Victoria's Attic Antiques and Collectables was having a great summer sale also!
Their Storewide sale was 25% with some vendors slashing prices further to make way for new inventory. Vintage posters, antique chairs, and one of the cutest lion paintings I had ever seen were all incredibly priced.
Painting in Victoria's Attic
Back in Palm Springs I cruised down Palm Canyon Drive where signs were displayed everywhere luring in potential clients with red hot deals. Dazzles had great deals on some fun items and Asylum was offering up to 50% off select items in their store. Sure it may get over 100 degrees out here but all the deals are totally worth it.
Find these stores and more on the Palm Springs Shopper's Map.