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Chicago Home + Garden Magazine’s ‘Makeover Issue’ Hits Newsstands March 3rd

Story highlights from the March/April 2011 issue of Chicago Home + Garden magazine, including makeovers, Longman + Eagle’s hip-rustic style, and the revival of the peacock trend.

Chicago Home and Garden March/April Issue 2011

Chicago Home + Garden’s March/April 2011 issue hits newsstands Thursday, March 3rd. To schedule an interview with one of our writers or editors, please contact Mary Doyle at mkdoyle@chicagomag.com.

The Power of Possibility (Cover Story): Amazing things can happen when you’re able to see a mess and envision a masterpiece. That’s exactly what homeowners in this issue were able to do (with significant help from the pros). What’s more thrilling than transforming pitiful into beautiful?

Trading Spaces: How do you make a grand old house in Winnetka right for a 21st-century family? Rethink which rooms should go where.

Plume Perfect: Symbolizing wealth, royalty, and beauty, the peacock has been a design icon for centuries. Now the old bird is having her moment again—and looking better than ever.

Inn Style: Loving the look of Longman & Eagle’s guest rooms? They have the rustic-hip thing down and we show you how to bring it home.

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