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Textile Messages

Fabrics can make a huge difference in a room—creating a mood via window treatments and upholstery, rugs and wallcoverings, pillows and linens. We asked Annika Christensen, an interior designer and the owner of Midnight Sun Swedish Antiques & Design in Libertyville, to talk about how she’d use textiles in two spaces of her own imagining—one urban, the other country

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ABOUT OUR SOURCES: We attempt to provide as much information as possible about the products and professionals involved in designing the homes we show in our pages. Items not sourced here are probably not available for sale; they might be antiques or part of an owner’s personal collection. When an item or product line is widely available, we may not list a specific store for it. If you have a question about our sources, please write to us at chicagohome@chicagomag.com.
 

Urban glamour: Charcoal and aqua linen, rose-colored pleated cotton, and floral drapery fabric by Clarke & Clarke, through Midnight Sun Swedish Antiques & Design, 110 W. Lake St., Libertyville, 847-362-5240; midnightsunantiques.com. Platinum and Metal Facets sparkly fabrics, Kravet, Merchandise Mart, 312-527-0505, kravet.com. Rustic modern: Vintage leather, Nomi striped indoor/outdoor fabric, China Seas taupe linen with white dots, through Midnight Sun. Le Boucle nubby caramel-colored fabric by Beacon Hill, Robert Allen/Beacon Hill, Merchandise Mart, 312-644-5790; beaconhilldesign.com. Celerie Kemble for Valtekz drapery fabric (with dark curlicues), burlap wallpaper with curvy white stitching, and striped grass-cloth wallpaper, Schumacher, Merchandise Mart, 312-527-4650; fschumacher.com.

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