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Spring/Summer 2005 HOME Table of Contents

Features

Modern Redux
by Gretchen Wahl
A 1990s house in Bucktown gets even more contemporary with a crisply geometric new look that proves block is beautiful.

Natural Selection
produced by Susan Victoria
The prettiest new accessories for your home bring the outdoors in-with style.

Above & Beyond
by Joanne Trestrail
Imaginative landscaping and creative design take urban rooftop decks to a whole new level.

Departments

Editor’s Note

Domestica
Blanket Statement: Contemporary quilts go bright and edgy
Goods: Cool tools for alfresco entertaining; retro-futurism from Peddada
A Breath of Fresh Eras: North Lincoln Avenue is chock-a-block with shops selling new and vintage home goods.
Elegant Eye: Decorator Alessandra Branca opens an atelier that is both inspired and inspiring.
Six Things We Covet: At Scout, really good ideas lurk everywhere.
Color Theory: Terry Ledford knows how to use hues.
Glamour Grills: Outdoor kitchens with all the conveniences of the indoor kind, and fresh air, besides
Close Call: Planning a festive breakfast party? Here’s how to get a high-style look for less.
Calendar: Sales, shows, and tours worth checking out

Resources
More than 600 of the best local home stores, services, and design professionals

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