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This Week’s Design Sales and Events

Ideal Home Show, Unison’s White Sale, and Fredman Design Group’s new retail store

Photo: Courtesy of 350West

If you’re looking into remodeling, make sure to stop by the Ideal Home Show (600 E. Grand Ave., idealhomeshowchicago.com) this weekend for a peek into new trends, never-before-seen products, stylish kitchen layouts, and design inspirations from local experts. Adult tickets are $7 online and $10 at the door.

Refresh your bedding and stock up on bathroom essentials during Unison’s (1911 W. Division St., unisonhome.com) White Sale, which goes through April 1. From adorable crib sheets to chic duvet covers, see what’s on sale online or at the shop’s brick-and-mortar location in Wicker Park.

Known throughout the Chicagoland area for its sleek interior design, Fredman Design Group recently opened a new retail store, 350West (1131 W. Armitage Ave., 350west.com). The group has carefully curated a collection of furniture, décor, artwork, and gifts to update your space. Right now, it’s offering 40 percent off all Graf & Lantz as well as 20 percent off frames and Valentine’s Day merchandise.

Nadeau (4433 N. Ravenswood Ave., furniturewithasoul.com) just received a shipment of over 200 new furniture and home décor items from India. Solid acacia wood pieces include new dining tables, chairs, TV stands, and dressers. Stop by before the weekend rush to find furniture with character.

Refresh your home for the New Year with beautiful fabrics, unique décor, and statement pieces from the 2016 collection at Room & Board (55 E. Ohio St., roomandboard.com), which is now available in-store and online.

Exhibit (1148 Wilmette Ave., shopexhibit.com) is having a storewide sale from February 2 until the 20th, offering 30 to 50 percent off select home furnishings, décor, and apparel. At the shop’s “First Thursdays” event on February 4, you can browse on-sale wares while sipping on some bubbly.

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