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Bring It Home

Knollenberg’s Mix: familiar forms such as lanterns and rocking chairs pay homage to Saugatuck’s historic charm, while a crisp palette and minimalist shapes speak to the designer’s modern sensibility.

Knollenberg foyer

Grand Entrance The foyer is defined by a clean-lined staircase; its wraparound railing is supported by tapered spindles set directly on the floor, rather than on a base. Custom Wood Stairs (customwoodstairs.com) in Romeoville is one local source for custom-designed stairs.

 

 

Lantern, baskets, and rocking chair

Rock It Out Hanging lanterns, paired with rocking chairs and sturdy baskets, create an inviting porch space. (Clockwise from top left) Heron exterior lantern, $7,035, at Remains Lighting. Black slat porch rocker, $88, at Lowe’s. Winston baskets, from $69, at Pottery Barn.

 

 

Chandelier, table, and chair

Dine In (Clockwise from top) Sloane six-arm chandelier, $545, at Restoration Hardware. Bronze-finished iron and sheet metal Jacob side chair with cushion, $279, at Crate & Barrel. Co-op dining table has a shesham wood top and powder-coated steel legs, $699, at CB2.

 

Photography: Nathan Kirkman
Styling: Diane Ewing

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