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This Week’s Local Design News, Trends, and Events

Storage specials at the Golden Triangle, Jonathan Alder hosts a charity sale, and more

Photo: Courtesy of the Golden Triangle

Stop by the Golden Triangle (330 N. Clark St., goldentriangle.biz) to browse all storage and case pieces at 25 percent off today through Saturday, with free shipping within Chicago. The River North store features hand-selected vintage and modern pieces in styles like British colonial, southwest Asian, art deco, and French.

Renegade Craft Fair (renegadecraft.com) is back in Chicago this Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Hideout (1354 W. Wabansia Ave.). Join over 150 independent vendors to celebrate the DIY spirit and shop handcrafted goods and designs. Browse contemporary ceramics, original artwork, and reclaimed furniture, and tons of handmade home décor goodies. Enjoy local food options by Bake, Black Dog Gelato, Piper & Leaf Gardens, and Dia De Los Tamales while perusing the fair.

Walter E. Smithe in Lincolnshire (675 Milwaukee Ave., Lincolnshire, smithe.com) is completely remodeling its showroom to make room for an expanded selection of products from manufacturers such as Drexel Heritage, Henredon, Hickory Chair, Thomasville, La Barge, Maitland-Smith, and Lane. From now until August 15, the store is having an “everything must go” clearance sale, with up to 70 percent off home décor and furniture.

Moth (2008 N. Damen Ave., mothchicago.com) is now carrying new arrivals from artisans all over the world. Among them are Karin Carlander’s Danish hand-crocheted textiles, handcrafted tableware from Japan, and ceramic pieces from Copenhagen. The shop is also offering 25 percent off select clothing.

Jonathan Adler (676 N. Wabash Ave., jonathanadler.com) invites you this Saturday from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. to enjoy bites and bubbly while you shop for a cause. Ten percent of all sales will benefit Chicago House, a social service agency that provides housing, employment services, legal services, and other supportive programs to those in need. While you’re there, receive an extra 10 percent off your purchase of $250 or more.

Randolph Street Market (1340 W. Washington St., randolphstreetmarket.com) is back with a “Red, White and Cool” theme this Saturday and Sunday to get you ready for Fourth of July festivities. As usual, shop over 300 vendors offering vintage home goods, art, antiques, jewelry, and fashion to vamp up your space. Plus, bring your treasures in for onsite appraisals by Leonard Auction on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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