Dallas Design Sales to Hit on Black Friday (and Small Business Saturday!)

Shopping is your cardio.

Oh you like sales, do you? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re rounding up some of the best Dallas design sales and events to help you plan for the busiest shopping weekend of the year.

 

The Gypsy Wagon {Black Friday}

The Gypsy Wagon wants you to come as you are this Black Friday and enjoy a slew of wonderful sales. The bohemian boutique will be offering 20 percent off women’s apparel all day, plus complimentary donuts, coffee and mimosas all morning. Buy a $50 Gypsy Wagon gift card for only $40, or buy four holiday ornaments and get one free. Keep it casual in pajamas (the employees will be in theirs too) to be entered to win a $100 gift card. Be sure to set your alarm—doors open at 9am!

 

IBB Design Fine Furnishings {Black Friday & Saturday}

Frisco’s IBB Design Fine Furnishings is celebrating the biggest shopping weekend of the year by offering 40 to 75 percent off all in-stock furniture through Saturday, Nov. 28. Though they’re closed on Thanksgiving, you can shop their Black Friday sale from now until Saturday.

 

BoConcept {All Weekend}

BoConcept’s Black Friday Scratch&Save event is back. Visit the McKinney Avenue showroom to receive your personal Scratch&Save card and score discounts on their entire collection. All cards represent a value, so everyone is a winner, and the offer runs all weekend long.

 

Again & Again {All Weekend}

The repurposed treasures at Again & Again will likely keep you coming back for more (natch) thanks to an incredible sale-filled weekend. Every item in the store is 25 percent off, while backroom merchandise is a whopping 50 percent off. Live 20 miles from the Design District showroom? They’ll deliver your goods for free.

 

Calypso St. Barth {Through Monday}

Pink is the new black. (At least according to Calypso St. Barth.) Celebrate with 30 percent off all full price apparel, accessories, and home décor at the Plaza at Preston Center shop. Afraid you’ll be in a turkey-fueled coma? No stress. You can shop the same deals online by entering “Pink30” at checkout.

 

Jonathan Adler {Through Sunday}

Enjoy 20 percent off everything at everyone’s favorite source for modern, poppy wares. Visit Jonathan Adler through November 29 to finally snag that groovy velvet chair or the adorable bookend you’ve been coveting.

 

 

Deep Ellum Mimosa Walk {Saturday}

Celebrate Small Business Saturday at your favorite Deep Ellum stores, and do it all with a mimosa in hand. The first ever Deep Ellum Mimosa Walk goes down on Main Street from noon – 3pm. Pick up a special edition holiday glass for $10, snag a map and a wristband, and be on your way. Be sure to stop by Wildly for a unique vintage find, or visit Life of Riley to discover their unique “industrial polished” furniture and the perfect holiday candle.

 

Little D’s Small Business Saturday {Saturday}

Break free from the chains at Little D Markets’ Small Business Saturday. Head to Community Beer Co. in the Design District to shop dozens of local vendors, including Wayne Works, Studio Reclaim, The Love Struck Co. and more while enjoying live holiday tunes, hot bites, and of course, great local brews.

 

Wisteria {Through Monday}

Looking to add a chic new touch to your abode? Head down to Wisteria’s brand new Inwood Village showroom to shop all merchandise for 20 percent off, or take advantage of the sale online before it ends on November 30.

 

Neighborhood {Through Monday}

Find the perfect, cool kid accessory for your home (or a friend’s!) at the beloved Bishop Arts store. But hurry! 10 percent off all in-store items (including custom furniture orders) ends November 30.

 

Emily Holt and Emily Ward are D Home and D Weddings editorial interns.

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