Architectural Artifacts and Urban Remains paired up and created a new Bucktown salvage spot.
A smart redo of a Lake View house pleases a modernist and his antiques-happy partner
In a high-rise condo, it’s out with the mauve-and-teal ’80s vibe, in with creamy modern elegance
Paper furniture? Yep. When used in multiple layers (just like that papier-mâché Gumby you made in junior high art class), paper has the strength to hold some serious weight. With a little help, that is: The buffet and stools shown here have metal skeletons, while the side table gets its durability from sheer heft; it weighs some 70 pounds. All are treated to be water-resistant.
Let it snow! A formal garden on the North Shore is gaze-worthy year-round
Q. I’m looking for the perfect reading lamp. What’s out there?
Mass production? It’s for the masses. We prefer surprising, amusing, beautiful, functional (sometimes), human-made (always) objets d’art
Shrewd use of space—and a big dose of style—give a high-rise pied-à-terre a whole new personality
Tastemaster, June Blaker, discusses shopping, trends, and opening her new River North store.
Some of our favorite sources for art also do brunch