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This Week’s Best Design Sales and Events

A warehouse sale with wine, iconic modern designs, and more

Items from Jayson Home
Photo: Courtesy of Jayson Home

The second annual Summer Design Weekend begins at the Golden Triangle (330 N. Clark St., goldentriangle.biz) today through Saturday. You’ll get 50 percent off a variety of home décor and furnishings, including free local delivery and discounted shipping rates to outside areas. Preview the sale here. Also visit the Golden Triangle’s showroom next door to celebrate the grand opening of GT Atelier, an in-house custom design studio, for 20 percent off all custom orders and a glass of wine each night during the sale starting at 4 p.m.

This Friday stop by Jayson Home (1885 N. Clybourn Ave., jaysonhome.com) for its semi-annual floor model sale. Get up to 50 percent off sofas, chairs, tables, case goods, accessories, pillows, textiles, lighting, and vintage pieces. Shop the semi-annual sale online and in store through September 5.

Looking to brighten up your space? Crest Lighting (3300 N. Sheffield Ave., crestlighting.com) in Lakeview is holding its semi-annual tent sale this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Many current fixtures in the showroom will be marked down. Stop by before or after the game at Wrigley Field to shop chandeliers, pendants, flush and semi-flush mounts, fans, sconces, and bathroom fixtures.

Join Chicago magazine tonight for the Best of Chicago event held at Morgan Manufacturing (401 N. Morgan St.) in Chicago’s Fulton Market neighborhood. Best of Chicago 2016 honors the city’s top culinary, cultural, and business talent selected by Chicago magazine’s editors and readers. Come celebrate with best new home décor store Three 50 West, best yarn store Knit 1, best new gallery Efrain, best breakout art star Alex Chitty, and more. Buy tickets here.

Wright 20 (1440 W. Hubbard St., wright20.com) is holding its annual Mass Modern Sale today and tomorrow. This two-day sale spans over 600 lots, most sold with no reserve. The auction features a selection of iconic designs by Charles and Ray Eames, Alvar Aalto, Milo Baughman, Harry Bertoia, and Ettore Sottsass, to name just a few. This is a great auction for novice auctioneers and collectors alike with prices ranging from $100 to $4,000.

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