Randolph Street Market (1340 W. Washington St., randolphstreetmarket.com) is finally back, one week earlier this month due to Easter. Stop by this weekend for its annual Spring Fling Market and shop over 100 vendors for antiques, art, and indie designer finds. While you’re there, look out for hidden Easter eggs for a sweet candy surprise or gifts. For free entry, rock your finest Easter bonnet.
Get a dose of spring at the Chicago Flower & Garden Show (600 E. Grand Ave., chicagoflower.com) through Sunday. Walk through over 20 life-size gardens, listen in on helpful seminars, watch cooking demonstrations, attend DIY workshops, and shop the marketplace. Afterwards, take a walk on Navy Pier to enjoy the lake.
Nadeau (4433 N. Ravenswood Ave., furniturewithasoul.com) just got over 400 new pieces shipped from India, including some amazing pieces made of solid rosewood. The new shipment comes in a variety of styles including industrial, rustic, and traditional. Check out new arrivals online and stop by before the weekend rush before it’s gone.
Today is the last day for Brimfield’s (5219 N. Clark St., brimfieldus.com) spring clearance sale. Shop midcentury furniture to vintage barware and art and get 20 percent to 60 percent off its entire stock.
Humboldt House (1045 N. California Ave., humboldthouseco.com) is holding an equinox market to introduce its newest artists and favorite makers this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Come join Blasfemme design, Molly Anne Bishop Ceramics, Territory Design, Leah Ball Handmade, Linday Lewis, and Reap Soaps for drinks and amazing finds for your home.
Chairs for Charity
We’re back with our second sneak peek of some of the 15 chairs that will be up for auction at Chairs for Charity. Mark your calendars for Thursday, March 24, at Casa Spazio (222 W. Hubbard Ave.) and remember to buy your tickets here.
This week we bring you two chairs accented with gold. Gold accents are so subtle and add just the right touch of refined glam. Both these chairs would make a great statement piece to spruce up any space.
First up is Sarah Raskey’s chair (above). Her chair is edgier than your typical abstract floral print by embracing bits of darks and mood, with a bohemian meets glam spirit.
Benjamin Cottrell of Benjamin Cottrell Design used gold accents in a splatter and drip effect for his chair. The metallic gold splatters create a stark contrast to the black chair for an urban, abstract vibe.Edit Module