The Fab community members are creative and resourceful shoppers. I believe White Alligator’s contemporary, colorful designs are a perfect fit for their lifestyles and with discounts that are hard to resist.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) March 07, 2012
White Alligator Design, LLC, the contemporary art and home accessories company for kids, will partner with Fab.com to offer a selection of White Alligator Design’s wall art and decorative throw pillows at a deep discount for a limited time only. The sale begins on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 on the Fab.com website, and will run through March 14, 2012. These discounts are exclusively available through Fab.com.
“The Fab community members are creative and resourceful shoppers. I believe White Alligator’s contemporary, colorful designs are a perfect fit for their lifestyles and with discounts that are hard to resist,” said Leslie Thorpe, founder of White Alligator Design. “It is a great opportunity for parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles to stock up on gifts for kids that they might actually want for themselves.”
The Fab.com sale will offer wall art and coordinating pillows in two design families: Dahlias & Daisies and Rainforest Frogs. The wall art is printed on blond maple providing a striking backdrop for the bright, nature-inspired artwork. The pillows are individually screen printed on 100 percent cotton twill using water-based Eco dyes that are PVC-free and phthalate-free. All products are produced locally in San Francisco, California.
For more information, contact Leslie Thorpe at leslie(at)whitealligatordesign(dot)com or 415-794-8437. Follow White Alligator Designs on Twitter! @White_Alligator
ABOUT WHITE ALLIGATOR DESIGN
White Alligator Design offers contemporary wall art and home accessories for kids. The company was founded by two San Francisco moms with a common belief that a child’s room can be a source of inspiration and imagination. The products are bright and energetic, appealing to both kids and adults. In 2011, the White Alligator Design team launched their inaugural line on http://www.whitealligatordesign.com.