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San Diego Minute at Room & Board

The new Westfield UTC showroom holds the key to your home's new look



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For this episode of the San Diego Minute, we visit Room & Board at Westfield UTC to see how you can change up the look of a room, without breaking the bank. The showroom has endless options for sofas, accent chairs, pillows, coffee tables, and ottomans so there's a look for every style and season.

We teamed up with Enjet Media to produce the San Diego Minute series. Watch all the videos as we take you all over San Diego showing you the raddest places and spaces in 60 seconds or less.

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