By popular demand from her clients, Cindy Galvin of Bardes Interiors has opened a new shop in Winnetka called Maze Home, filled with new and antique furnishings ranging from sofas, tables, and chairs to lamps, pillows, and linens—all with a sophisticated-yet-cozy European feel. In addition to carrying her own line of upholstered pieces (in the most amazing, richly embellished fabrics), Galvin also exclusively represents in the area New Jersey–based artist John C. Traynor (a collection of his peaceful pastoral scenes and still-lifes fills a room in the store), along with the Parisian linen company D. Porthault, which was founded in 1920 and is famous for its colorful screen-printed patterns that have graced the beds of Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel, and many other luminaries (the company also makes towels, robes, and pajamas).

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New Shop in Winnetka

   

By popular demand from her clients, Cindy Galvin of Bardes Interiors has opened a new shop in Winnetka called Maze Home, filled with new and antique furnishings ranging from sofas, tables, and chairs to lamps, pillows, and linens—all with a sophisticated-yet-cozy European feel. In addition to carrying her own line of upholstered pieces (in the most amazing, richly embellished fabrics), Galvin also exclusively represents in the area New Jersey–based artist John C. Traynor (a collection of his peaceful pastoral scenes and still-lifes fills a room in the store), along with the Parisian linen company D. Porthault, which was founded in 1920 and is famous for its colorful screen-printed patterns that have graced the beds of Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel, and many other luminaries (the company also makes towels, robes, and pajamas).

   

By popular demand from her clients, Cindy Galvin of Bardes Interiors has opened a new shop in Winnetka called Maze Home, filled with new and antique furnishings ranging from sofas, tables, and chairs to lamps, pillows, and linens—all with a sophisticated-yet-cozy European feel. In addition to carrying her own line of upholstered pieces (in the most amazing, richly embellished fabrics), Galvin also exclusively represents in the area New Jersey–based artist John C. Traynor (a collection of his peaceful pastoral scenes and still-lifes fills a room in the store), along with the Parisian linen company D. Porthault, which was founded in 1920 and is famous for its colorful screen-printed patterns that have graced the beds of Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel, and many other luminaries (the company also makes towels, robes, and pajamas).

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