Soccer cleats? Boat propellers? An old trumpet? Artist Jeff Snider can transform all of them into unique light fixtures.
Custom cabinet hardware, temporary backsplashes, adhesive wallpaper, and more ways to decorate an apartment
Antiques dealer Stuart Grannen saw potential in a neglected building — and turned it into a minimalist bachelor pad.
Two interior designers offer tips on creating alternative uses for this underutilized space.
If you’re tired of boring floor coverings, check out these one-of-a-kind pieces from Moira Quinn O’Neil, Dee Clements, and David Salkin.
Your tired sofas and chairs can gain new life with newly painted frames and bold, durable fabrics.
Nothing under a million dollars, but that (or more) will get you a huge space with amazing views in what’s still one of Chicago’s most exclusive addresses.
How an Evanston couple transformed their cramped home into an open, sun-drenched space for five.
Jim Wetzel and Lance Lawson master the constrasting decor in their Lake View apartment.
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