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The Best Design Sales and Events This Week in Chicago

Sales at Maven Collection and Arhaus, YellowKorner opens, and more

You can get 40 percent off dining furniture at Arhaus now.   Photo: Courtesy of Arhaus

Maven Collection, a Chicago-based online store known for woven artisanal goods, is offering 20 percent off all rugs until November 1. Enter promo code FALLFAVE20 at checkout. While you’re browsing, make sure to check out the store’s new collection of handmade vintage floor pillows from Morocco.

YellowKorner, a Paris-based contemporary photography gallery, recently opened its first Chicago location at 1721 North Damen Avenue. Prints are available in several formats in limited quantities, with prices ranging anywhere from $85 to $7,000.

After a successful grand opening this past Tuesday, Classic Remix Chicago, a new and vintage furniture boutique, has officially moved out of its Lincoln Park location and settled into its new River North spot at 706 North Wells Street. The store, which Chicago magazine declared as one of the best new openings in 2011, will continue to carry its modern twists on furniture, lighting, and gifts.

Thanksgiving may seem like a long way off (in fact, it’s only four weeks), but you can start planning your spread now with discounts at furniture store Arhaus (1980 N. Clybourn Ave.). The store is offering up to 40 percent off dining furniture and 25 percent off select lighting until October 30.

While you’re in the party mindset, check out high-end furniture design store Maze Home (735 Elm St., Winnetka). American fashion designer Lela Rose, the author of Pret-a-Party, has curated a collection of creative entertaining pieces for the shop that you can browse now. You will find all of Rose’s must-have pieces, from hammered copper Julep cups to slate cheese boards, to host a perfect party.

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