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The Top Local Home Design Sales and Events This Week

A lighting bonanza, mid-century modern spring sale, and plenty of antiques

Kehoe Designs Collection   Photo: Courtesy of Three 50 West

Three 50 West (1131 W. Armitage Ave., 350West.com) has partnered with Kehoe Designs to create one-of-a-kind décor pieces for your home. Stop by their Lincoln Park store to check out the collection, from affordable home accessories to high-end statement pieces, to revamp your home.

Shop for contemporary pendants to elegant chandeliers at Idlewood Electric’s (idlewoodelectric.com) annual spring lighting sale. Visit its Highland Park (114 Skokie Valley Rd.) or Barrington (317 W. Northwest Highway) lighting showrooms to shop the latest designs from Hudson Valley, Visual Comfort Co., Hubbardton Forge and many more for 30 to 70 percent off.

Neighborly (2003 W. Montrose Ave., neighborlyshop.com), a mid-century modern home goods store, is offering 20 to 50 percent off select products until Mother’s Day for its annual spring sale. While you’re there, make sure to order flowers for your mom and 25 percent of your purchase will be donated to a local non-profit, New Moms, helping young moms and their children who suffer from poverty and/or homelessness.

Join Gurnee Antique Market (5742 Northridge Dr., Gurnee, gurneeantiquemarket.com) for its first sale of the season Friday through Sunday. Enjoy 15 to 40 percent off throughout the market with more than 100 dealers represented every day. Browse 21,000 square feet of unique and eclectic treasures, including home accent pieces, vintage jewelry and clothing, antiques, garden art, outdoor furniture, collectible records and books, and fine art.

Need more antiques and great furniture finds? Randolph Street Market (1340 W. Washington St., randolphstreetmarket.com) returns to the Beaux Arts Plumber’s Hall this Saturday and Sunday to bring you more vintage goodies! Along with 100-plus vendors, April’s market will feature one-of-a-kind art pieces and personalized sketches for their “Artsy Fartsy” theme. The ballroom stage will feature works curated from top antique dealers including Urban Art Chicago, Olivia Gallery, Larry Lipsky, and Galerie Etienne.

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