The Jayson Home (1885 N. Clybourn Ave., jaysonhome.com) Spring upholstery sale starts Friday and runs through April 11. Take 20 percent off all upholstered furniture, including sofas, chairs, beds, and ottomans. All the new spring fabrics are on sale including stocked pieces and custom orders.
Ligne Roset Chicago (440 N. Wells. St., ligne-roset-usa.com), a luxury contemporary design furniture store, is hosting its annual spring promotion. The entire collection will be 15 percent off from March 9 to 13.
To show their appreciation for their customers, the Golden Triangle (330 N. Clark St., goldentriangle.biz) is offering 30 percent off everything in store, including already discounted items through Saturday. Sale excludes custom orders, jewelry, and private labels.
The Designs Within Reach (755 W. North Ave., dwr.com) semiannual sale is going on until March 17. Save 15 percent on authentic modern furniture for both indoor and out to prepare yourself for spring.
Le Creuset (lecreuset.com) has opened up a pop-up shop on the first floor of theWit at 201 North State Street. Open through March 16, the pop-up features its signature cast iron cookware, French press and coffee mugs, stoneware baking dishes, wine carafes, pitchers, and more.
Unison (1911 W. Division St., unisonhome.com) is hosting a Filigree Supper Pop-up Dinner Series, a monthly series that pairs imaginative food with American-made design. They’ll be in store to educate you on how to use menus, flowers, and our tabletop collection to personalize different spring tables.
Chairs for Charity
Chicago magazine is back with its 7th annual Chairs for Charity event. Fifteen of Chicago’s top designers have created unique, redesigned chairs to be auctioned off in support of Designs for Dignity. Join us Thursday, March 24, at Casa Spazio (222 W. Hubbard St.) from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at chicagomag.com/chairs.
Each week leading up to the event, we’ll give you a sneak peak into the redesigned chairs, starting with chairs that feature a fun, trendy twists for the textile lover.
Liz Klafeta, founder of BANGTEL (bangtel.com), teamed with one of her favorite upholsterers, Kylie Egge of Recovered Interior (recoveredinterior.com) to create this amazing cape chair (yes, it has a cape) made of color-changing sequin fabric.
Woven yarn hangings have recently been trending on the Internet. Danyel Ilg of Fredman Design Group (fredmandesigngroup.com) weaves giant, chunky yarn into a wooden chair to create an interesting texture with bohemian flair.Edit Module