Scott Byron and Suzanne Lovell Design a Seamless Blend of Japanese-inspired Spaces

EAST MEETS MIDWEST: At a North Shore home, indoor and outdoor spaces are in perfect harmony

Designer Suzanne Lovell found a pair of Art Deco white leather wing chairs and had another pair made to match for the living room, where Imperial processional trunks from the Qing dynasty serve as cocktail tables.   Photos: Tony Soluri

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Interior design: Suzanne Lovell, 225 W. Ohio St., 312-595-1980, suzannelovellinc.com. Landscape design: Scott Byron & Co., 30088 N. Skokie Hwy., Lake Bluff, 847-689-0266, scottbyron.com. Architecture: Grunsfeld Shafer Architects, 939 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 847-424-1800, gsachicago.com. Living room: Art Deco wing chairs, H. M. Luther Antiques, New York, 212- 439-7919, hmluther.com. Reproduction Art Deco wing chairs, Suzanne Lovell; upholstery, Edelman Leather, Merchandise Mart, 312-467-4433, edelmanleather.com. Antique Chinese processional trunks, William Lipton, New York, 212-751-8131, williamliptonltd.com. Early 20th- century Moroccan rug, Doris Leslie Blau, New York, 212-586-5511, dorisleslieblau.com. Throw pillows, Textures, 312-576-6200, textures4home.com. Outdoor fabrics: Perennials, David Sutherland, Merchandise Mart, 312-205-7700, perennialsfabrics.com.
 

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