Laura and Lee Domingue Faces of Hope 5th Annual Gala held March 7, 2015 at the State Musem in Baton Rouge.

Save at Beth Claybourn Interiors to benefit Trafficking Hope

Trafficking Hope founders Laura and Lee Domingue at the organization’s 5th annual Faces of Hope Gala

Interior design firm Beth Claybourn Interiors will team up with Trafficking Hope for its annual rug sale. The sale, happening Oct. 2-4, will feature exclusive hand-knotted rugs as well as semi-antique, silk, and transitional rugs marked up to 70 percent off. A portion of sales from the three-day event will be donated to Trafficking Hope, a local nonprofit organization that aims to eradicate sex trafficking across the nation and provides safe houses for victims.

“We are happy to be involved and donating to this wonderful organization,” says Beth Claybourn. “We hope that the community will join us in providing assistance to the trafficked victims in our state.”

The rug sale is happening at the Baton Rouge location only.

In other news about Beth Claybourn Interiors, the store, known for its blend of fine antiques and more contemporary furnishings, recently expanded to New Orleans. “We are proud to be part of the resurgence of the CBD area so close to the 10-year anniversary of Katrina,” said Claybourn when the expansion was made official in July. The new showroom, in the Walle & Co. building, features a home-like layout with fully appointed rooms. Full-service design options are available along with individual pieces, and the shop also offers a bridal and special occasion registry.