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This Week’s Top Home Design Sales

Plus: More sneak previews of Chairs from Charity

Williams-Sonoma’s Spring Garden Dinner Collection, currently on sale   Photo: Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma

Still need last-minute Easter goodies for this weekend? Stop by Williams-Sonoma (1550 N. Fremont St., williams-sonoma.com), which is offering up to 60 percent off all Easter favorites through Sunday. Find Easter-themed tabletop décor, cute baskets, bakeware, and more.

It’s time for spring cleaning! If your home has decorative items that you’ve outgrown, make sure to snap some photos and sent them to Accent Minded (2205 W. 19th St., accentminded.com). This consignment shop will turn those gently used items into cash or store credit.

Icon Modern (iconmodern.com), a local custom sustainable furniture and architectural products company, mostly works behind the scenes for big corporate projects but they have recently branched out to offer a few edited pieces for consumers! Check out its website and browse the products section to see their designs.

Perry Clark Home (perryclarkhome.com), a Chicagoland-based e-boutique, has just launched its Flower Series Candle. These soy candles are made in small batches, hand-poured, and are crafted from the highest quality ingredients. Bring spring scents into your home with Lilac, Peony, and Magnolia. Each candle purchased helps provide a living wage for women artisans.

If you’ve had your eye on a sleeper sofa, Interior Define (interiordefine.com) and Unison (unisonhome.com) have partnered on a promotion. Of you buy an Interior Define sleeper sofa and then get your bedding at to the Unison white sale, you can get a set of pillowcases or Logan bath towel set for free. Promotion ends March 31.

Gardening season is almost upon us. What better way to prepare than to take a class on creating your own fairy garden? Join Gethsemane’s (5739 N. Clark St., gethsemanegardens.com) resident fairy queen, Kate Booth, this Saturday to learn how to create your own magical garden and see why everyone has been obsessing over this trend.

Chairs for Charity

Chairs for Charity is tonight! Did you buy your ticket? If not make sure to purchase them at chicagomag.com/chairs. Here is the last sneak peek of two chairs that will be up for auction tonight with a minimalist flair.

Norcross chair

Norcross and Scott Home selected a very classic, simple chair and reworked it in a manner that did not overwhelm its simplicity. They designed each panel specifically for the seat and back and used the architecture of the chair as a frame for the artwork. This chair is very versatile and would work in a lot of spaces. It can stand alone as an art pieces or it can be paired with a retro sofa in a living room for a mid-century modern vibe.

Lindemann chair
 

Zac Lindemann of Zac Lindemann Furniture revamped his chair with silver paint and a touch of textile interest for cushioning. This chair may seem simple and minimal in design, but it makes a statement of its own and would look great in a contemporary setting.

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