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Santa Barbara Design Center
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Central coast's best selection of sofas, couches, furniture, rugs, designer fabrics, and home accessories. Voted #1 in SB for 21 years
Central coast's best selection of sofas, couches, furniture, rugs, designer fabrics, and home accessories. Voted #1 in SB for 21 years

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How Can We Help?

After the disastrous last few weeks we would like to assist in putting our community back together. If you or your loved ones are in need of any furniture, we will offer deep discounts to our cost for any fire or flood victims.

If your insurance company is asking for replacement costs or appraisals, we will gladly assist at no charge.
Rug cleaning and Restoration are also offered at deep discounts. Call (805) 962-8555 or visit our showroom at 410 Olive St.

We salute and appreciate the Firefighters and Emergency Responders that risk their lives to save ours.


410 Olive Street | 805-962-8555 | Mon-Sat 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
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Watch Tonight On ABC KEYT Channel 3 at 7 P.M


On this episode of Design Santa Barbara we cover the entertainment arts with your host Michael Kourosh. For as long as there has been performing arts, there has been a need to advertise it. For instance, performances by the first theaters were announced by handbills. Handbills are sheets of paper printed in mass quantities for as little money as possible.

They would feature texts in varies forms to detail their upcoming event. Early larger posters were influenced by french theater companies of their period. As printing techniques developed so did the quality of advertising. For instance, color and images where added.


Though most examples were pasted as advertising posters and lost over time. Surviving examples are in the many collections including the Indianapolis Museum of Art and many other institutions.

410 Olive Street | 805-962-8555 | Mon-Sat 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m
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Happy Holidays !

Wishing you and your loved ones a joyous Holiday season filled with Peace, Love and Prosperity. We look forward to seeing you !

410 Olive Street | 805-962-8555 | Mon-Sat 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
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Watch Tonight On ABC KEYT Channel 3 at 10 P.M

This week on Design Santa Barbara we are continuing our tradition of interviewing people who make a great different in our community. On this episode we are excited to have executive director of the Unity Shoppe, Tom Reed.

Learn more about Unity Shoppe and how it helps our community.

Reed traveled as a musician and would go around talking to people about what they found meaningful and what life is all about. After loosing two houses to major disasters it got him out of the business world and he started re-evaluating life.

In the year 2000, Reed moved down to Santa Barbara and came across the Unity Shoppe, Which he felt was a perfect extension of what his purpose was in life ,because the unity shoppe helps a lot of people in and around Santa Barbara the right way.

"I would like thank Tom Reed to be on our show and we are very fortunate to have unity shoppe in our town, where regular people in need can get their basic needs covered and don't become dependent on permanent assistance. Unity shoppe is dear to me and my family, where my kids have been volunteering since early age and specially I am proud of my daughter Nicole, who holds an annual bake sale benefiting the unity shoppe on the day of telethon at the Santa Barbara Design Center and raises money for this wonderful charity.
I encourage you to visit them and learn how you can be of assistance to your neighbors. "
your host,
Michael Kourosh


“I Believe in Unity”

If we help with “basic needs” we can prevent “welfare dependency”. No progress is possible without shelter, food and clothing.

By supplementing these basic necessities, people have the ability to pay their rent and utilities. Then, they are able to move their lives forward. The Unity Shoppe also teaches volunteers office and computer skills, merchandising, inventory control and customer relations as we prepare people for future job opportunities.

Nearly 18,000 people are referred yearly by more than 300 non-profit agencies, churches, schools and hospitals. By providing a central distribution facility available to all non-profits we can eliminate duplication and save countless dollars. This makes it possible to help more people with better and more consistent support services.

Unity Shoppe operates a year-round “Free” grocery and clothing store so people can shop with dignity for their basic needs. Over 1,700 volunteers help a small staff of 15. Over $2 Million in merchandise is distributed annually.


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Special Holiday Sale!

Prepare your home for the Holidays with our beautiful furniture at Santa Barbara Design Center. Every Sofa and Loveseat 25%-50% OFF. Every rug in stock 20%-50% OFF. Furthermore, Every chair and swivel glider now 25% OFF.

Come take advantage of this amazing deal.

We offer the largest selection of quality furnishings at the lowest price, our integrity and dedication have earned us "Best of Santa Barbara" for over 23 years.

Santa Barbara Design Center is proud to provide the greatest selection in town of the best items to add comfort and luxury to where you live.
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