Lulu & Georgia Is Having A Secret Pop Up Shop This Weekend

If you care about pillows and rugs and lamps and furniture and accessories and gorgeous things, you need to go

We’ve all seen the slightly washed out photographs on Instagram and Pinterest depicting the airy, bright, French Oak-floored homes of our dreams. We scroll through them all, and shortly thereafter, we cry harder than we did when our last relationship ended because having such incredible taste in furniture is expensive AF. But for a few days this weekend, the California-based company Lulu & Georgia, run by CEO and founder Sara Sugarman, can help you make your elegant interior design fantasies a reasonably-priced reality.

The online-only retailer is hosting a weekend pop-up event at 619 N. Almont in West Hollywood, beginning with a VIP party Thursday night. Peruse the brand’s exclusive furniture pieces (everything from couches to bar carts) and chic accessories (duvets, wall art, poufs), all of which will be discounted by up to 80 percent. They even sweeten the deal with cocktails and snacks—one past pop-up even had a artisanal cotton candy company Bon Puf on site. Just think: this could be your new living room, complete with a peacock-blue velvet couch laden with patterned pillows:

Or you could live like The Bachelor‘s Becca Tilley (of both Prince Farming and Ben Higgins’s seasons) and outfit your family room with a glass and brass coffee table sitting atop a weathered vintage carpet:

OR you could work from home (but really just Instagram the various elements of your office all day long) if you snagged a buttery black leather desk chair and a super casj but absolutely necessary plush sheepskin throw.

Trust: this is the weekend to take a break from your normal weekend flea marketing and hit the L&G pop-up. Your apartment will thank you.

The Lulu & Georgia pop-up takes place at 619 N. Almont in West Hollywood this Thursday, October 13 (VIP party from 6p.m. – 9 p.m. for those who want first dibs on the goods) Friday, October 14 (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.), Saturday, October 15 (9 a.m. to 7 p.m.), and Sunday, October 16 (9 a.m. to 3 p.m.).