We have the secret on how you can score Horchow catalog buys at a fraction of the cost.
Have you ever spied a serving platter or colorful rug in a catalog that would be perfect for your home, but was a tad--okay, really--out of your price range? Well, pay attention. We found a spot where you can shop for items featured in the upscale Horchow and Neiman Marcus catalogs--at bargain prices.
A Secret Revealed
The Dallas area boasts two Horchow Finale stores where bargain hunters have been getting incredible deals for years. You'll find overstocked items from the high-priced catalogs, which means you might be able to purchase that fabulous rug after all.
The well-known Horchow Collection was developed in 1971 as the first luxury mail-order catalog not preceded by a storefront. In 1988 founder Roger Horchow joined his business with the direct-to-customer division of The Neiman Marcus Group.
A Shopper's Dream
Ralph Lauren linens. Glassware by Villeroy & Boch. Tumi luggage. Nigella Lawson kitchen gadgets. Kate Spade handbags. Prada shoes. Silky brown leather sofas. Glass chandeliers. John Hardy bracelets. You never know what you'll uncover. You'll find items for at least 30% off original catalog prices; plus, there's an extra 30% off clearance room where you can obtain steals.
The store receives shipments almost daily, and the contents are always a mystery. Persistence pays off for those who want to snag that special item. You can visit weekly in hopes the delivery truck brings it.
There are other ways to get in the loop on deals. Register at horchow.com/finale to receive advance notice of sales and special offers. Or if you use your Neiman Marcus credit card while shopping at Horchow Finale, you'll be placed on a mailing list that will alert you to specials and savings. As an added bonus, you'll get an extra 5% off every purchase you make in the store. What a deal.
Horchow Finale: 3046 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75205; (214) 750-0308. Or visit 3400 Preston Road, Plano, TX 75093; (972) 519-5406.
This article is from the June 2005 issue of Southern Living. Because prices, dates, and other specifics are subject to change, please check all information to make sure it's still current before making your travel plans.