Some of our favorite retailers and artisans are rolling out great sales and events this weekend. Read on to learn more and to see what else has been catching our attention.
Above: Canvas Home is hosting its first-ever warehouse sale May 17-22 at a pop-up space at 407 Broome St. in lower Manhattan. From tea towels to sofas and tables, nearly every item available on the retailer’s site will be on sale. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Photograph courtesy of Canvas Home.
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On our radar: Aerende, a new online boutique offering useful handcrafted homewares made in the UK by people facing social challenges.
Above: As we near the close of our Mix Master issue, we found inspiration in the relaxed bohemian aesthetic of Lisa Cole’s Glassell Park house. Photograph courtesy of Jessica Comingore of the Elysian Edit.
AREA is hosting a giant sale on bedding and clothing at its LA, NYC, and Austin locations, as well as online, May 12-19.
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Above: We always love to see what our friends at Makers & Brothers are up to. As part of their annual New York retail endeavor, the Irish creators are offering a special Lemonade Stand alongside their shop and workshop. This unique event offers visitors the chance to explore M&B products, learn about the construction of a simple stool, and a enjoy a unique cocktail in exclusive glassware designed by Max Lamb. Open noon to 8 p.m., today and tomorrow, May 14 and 15, at the garden of the Standard Hotel in the East Village. Photograph courtesy of Makers & Brothers.
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Above: We’ve been following LA-based design firm Marks & Bleue to see its latest West Coast projects (@marksandbleue).
Above: Indego Africa, a social enterprise and lifestyle brand that supports women, offers colorful, handcrafted goods made by women in Rwanda and Ghana. We also love the nonprofit’s Decorate board, a well-curated mix of ideas that incorporate its many wares.
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