Have you heard about DesignStory? It's pretty much a sample sale site for lovely, drool-worthy design products (aka it's very dangerous). As they describe on their website:

DesignStory is an online community for design lovers, offering an array of high quality hand-picked home and design products from the world’s leading designers and brands. From the everyday to the hard to find, DesignStory offers its members exclusive products at great prices to fit every lifestyle.

“Members only” pricing without a sign-up fee, DesignStory invites its community to enjoy exclusive offers, limited and special editions, as well as designer discounts on new and cutting edge products for the home. A curated and editorialized offering to discover the best in home design globally - from everyday products to the most exceptional - DesignStory highlights designers and brands with weekly campaigns throughout each six-week season and provides new ideas, inspiration and visualization tools for you to create your own unique design lifestyle.

DesignStory’s founding team, Inka Mero and Mia Lewin, are global citizens, with Nordic roots, who have traveled the world to appreciate the joy in beautiful design for everyday living. We love discovering the best new ideas around the world and mixing and matching of products to create a design style that speaks to an individual's design story.

I have been thinking about posting about them for a while, but I wanted to wait until they featured a product that I was really committed to and this week they have! From now through Sunday they are offering great prices on Baggu shopping bag sets and zippered pouches (we know how much I love Baggu: see here, here and here). I have to say, I picked up a couple for myself.

If you sign up here, you will get a $10 credit towards your first purchase.* Enjoy!

*I never post about products for compensation. The credit system on DesignStory is mutual, however, so when you sign up we both get credits on our accounts. I'd say that's a win-win, no? Either way, I really love the mission and the products over at DesignStory and wouldn't post about them otherwise. As I say, why buy boring when you can buy beautiful?

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