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About Jayson Home

When interior designers land in Chicago, chances are that they immediately make a beeline to Jayson Home & Garden. Opened in 1997 by Jay Goltz and Caroline Scheeler, the eclectic shop is the city’s preeminent design destination, a place to score vintage and antique finds from suzani throws to French sconces to Asian cabinets. The company also produces its own line of upholstered furnishings and case goods, masterfully updating classic shapes for pieces that fit in both traditional and modern settings.

Past Sales Featuring Jayson Home

Sale Ended March 29, 2012

Last-Minute Easter Entertaining Essentials

The secret to setting a beautiful Easter table? Layering colors, textures, and materials. Try your own mix with with horn accessories, gold cutlery, and twinkling mercury glass votives in this sale. And stock up on other party staples, including wine goblets, cutting boards, serving utensils — and a 10-cup coffee maker.

Sale Ended January 25, 2012

Style Your Ski Retreat

The key to ski-resort chic? It’s all about nature-inspired accents in classic, neutral hues — and this sale has them in spades. Think mother-of-pearl boxes and bowls and spoons painstakingly fashioned out of polished natural horn. Complete the look with an open-work leaf sculpture.

Sale Ended February 19, 2011

Curated by Design featuring Susan Hornbeak-Ortiz

Marrakesh’s Moorish architecture and blue-and-white palette inspired this selection of goods by Ortiz, the lighting and furniture designer behind Shine by S.H.O. Standouts include John Robshaw’s Lotus sheet set, with its repeating Alhambra pattern, and the James Mont dining table, featuring a damascene inlay and removable glass top.

Sale Ended February 04, 2012

How To: Snuggle Up by the Fire

Nothing chases away winter’s blues like a warm, cozy home. Transform any space into a comforting hideaway with rustic accessories, charming lanterns, sumptuous throws, and at least one dreamy leather chair. Then, all you need is a crackling fire. And don’t worry if you don’t have a flue; these portable designs live up to their name.