Lou Lou’s Decor, a boutique of fine furnishings and home accessories, will soon move from Clock Tower Square in Portsmouth to Bellevue Avenue in Newport, RI.
Before moving into their new home in The City By The Sea adjacent to the International tennis Hall Of Fame & Museum, Lou Lou’s will have a moving sale August 28 – 30 at their current location at 104 Clock Tower Square.
The moving sale will include $5 & $10 bargains on drapery hardware, fabric remnants, furniture, lighting, artwork, accessories, and much more!
Moving Sale Store Hours
- Friday August 28th, 10 am – 5 pm
- Saturday August 29th, 10 am – 5 pm
- Sunday August 30th, 11 am – 4 pm
Follow Lou Lou’s Decor on Facebook for more updates on their sale and big move!
Lou Lou’s Decor opened its doors in the summer of 1998 in Tiverton Four Corners as a Boutique Home Furnishings store. As the client base grew so did the demand for interior design consultation. Filling that need, owner Stacy Carlson brought her passion for design to her clients.
In 2005, expanded the interior designer staff to help with the growing demand for interior design services.
The fall of 2009 saw big changes for Lou Lou’s as it made the move from Tiverton to Portsmouth, RI. In addition to featuring a large selection of beautifully styled furnishings and home accessories, the new store also has an in house design center where Stacy and her fellow designers help clients turn their houses into homes.
At Lou Lou’s you will find superior quality brands like Lee Industries, Redford House, Manual Canovas, Scalamandre, Kim Seybert, Juliska , Barclay Butera, Somerset Bay and many more. Customization is a key at Lou Lou’s. Whether it is window treatments, tile and stone selection, slip covers or re-upholstery, Lou Lou’s provides a solution to your specific design needs.
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