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The Best Design Sales and Events This Week in Chicago

Holiday sales at the Golden Triangle, iD Chicago, and Vintage Garage

The Golden Triangle   Photo: Courtesy of the Golden Triangle

SouthLoopLoft and Canary Lane, two of Chicago’s vintage antique furniture and home décor curators, have partnered up to open up their new showroom at 308 North Leavitt Street. Tonight from 5:30 to 10 p.m., you can join them to celebrate the opening with drinks, tasty bites, and surprise giveaways.

The Annual Warehouse Sale at Jayson Home (701 N. Albany Ave.) returns this weekend. From Friday through Sunday, you can get 50 to 90 percent off a huge range of Jayson Home merchandise, including accessories, lighting, furniture, rugs, pillows, textiles, props, planters, books, and more. The store will also offer a reduced $49 flat rate for Chicagoland deliveries.

iD Chicago (375 W. Erie St.) is clearing out its space for the holidays, which means hosting its biggest sample sale yet. You can get 30 to 50 percent off furniture, accessories, and eyewear until November 21.

If you’re in the market for new lighting, check out the Annual Lighting Showroom Sale at Idlewood Electric. Starting today until November 21, you can get 30 to 70 percent off everything from chandeliers to table lamps at both the Highland Park (114 Skokie Valley Rd.) and Barrington (317 W. Northwest Hwy.) locations.

The Golden Triangle (330 N. Clark St.) opens its year-round gift shop today. All items will be priced from $20 to $200 with complimentary gift-wrapping included with all purchases. You can find handmade pottery, miniature multi-colored quartz vessels, Thai silk scarves, lacquered urns, and more for the holiday season.

Vintage Garage (5051 N. Broadway) returns this Sunday with their holiday market. More than 75 vendors will be selling vintage Christmas trees, ornaments, decorations, figurines, lighting and more. Entry costs $5 and doors open at 10 a.m.

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