Debra Koertge is helping make suburban Geneva into more of a design destination with her new shop, Artemisia. She recently moved it from a quiet corner of St. Charles to Third Street, Geneva’s main shopping drag. The 3,000-square-foot space is filled with a smart and ever-changing selection of furniture, architectural artifacts, and the best work of local ceramists, jewelers, and woodworkers.

—THOMAS CONNERS

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New Antique Shop in Geneva

   

Debra Koertge is helping make suburban Geneva into more of a design destination with her new shop, Artemisia. She recently moved it from a quiet corner of St. Charles to Third Street, Geneva’s main shopping drag. The 3,000-square-foot space is filled with a smart and ever-changing selection of furniture, architectural artifacts, and the best work of local ceramists, jewelers, and woodworkers.

   

Debra Koertge is helping make suburban Geneva into more of a design destination with her new shop, Artemisia. She recently moved it from a quiet corner of St. Charles to Third Street, Geneva’s main shopping drag. The 3,000-square-foot space is filled with a smart and ever-changing selection of furniture, architectural artifacts, and the best work of local ceramists, jewelers, and woodworkers.

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