The Design Center at Merchandise Mart (222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza, is offering up to 75 percent off outdoor dining sets, seating, and accessories. The sample sale, Thursday through Saturday, will include hundreds of products from showrooms on floors 14 to 16; find a full list of those participating on the website. Many showrooms will offer custom orders at a reduced price through the Mart’s Designer-On-Call program.

Stop by Roscoe Street and Belmont Avenue for the Roscoe Village Neighborhood Sidewalk Sale this Saturday. Find sales and promotions at over 15 boutiques including Kenneth Ludwig (2217 W. Roscoe St.,, which is offering up to 70 percent off furniture, lighting, and home décor from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The semi-annual Spring Cheap Thrills Event is back this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m at the Logan Square Emporium Arcade Bar (2363 N. Milwaukee Ave., Shop the multi-boutique and designer warehouse sale from brands like Unison Home, Asrai Garden, Heart and Hunter Vintage, and Leah Ball, while playing games and enjoying drinks and German food from the Donermen food truck.

The Annual Andersonville Wine Walk (5226 N. Clark St., is back this Sunday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Walk through 12 local businesses transformed into wine tasting destinations, including Mercantile M, Andersonville Antiques, GreenSky, Norcross and Scott Home, Murry and White, Notice, and Room Service. Browse through these home décor and furniture stores while sampling 36 different wines.

Vintage Garage Chicago (5051 N. Broadway, is back this Sunday with a midcentury theme. Think ’40s, ’50s, ’60s, and Mad Men–inspired styles. The sale will offer furniture, home decor, and clothes in sleek and modern designs. This week highlights great midcentury finds, but the market will still have its usual vintage goods as well.

Home Goods (, a national retailer, is having a grand opening this Sunday at its new Lincoln Park location from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Shop affordable furniture, home décor, tableware, and bath accessories all while checking out their new space located in the Clybourn Galleria (1840 N. Clybourn).