It’s nice to spread the wealth. That’s why we love the fact that antiques dealers Gosia Korsakowski and William Rawski—who until recently operated their business, Architectural Anarchy, exclusively out of booths at Andersonville Galleria, Anna’s Mostly Mahogany in Highwood, and Heritage Trail in Wilmette—opened their first freestanding store in off-the-beaten-path Pilsen... Read more
On the North Shore, proof that the garden in winter can be a magnificent thing Read more
This past fall, at Chicago Home + Garden’s Chairs for Charity event, 200 designophiles convened at The Tile Gallery in River North to check out—and bid on—some very cool chairs. Read more
With its dizzy constellation of emerald-finish crystal cabochons surrounding an antiqued convex looking glass, Jean de Merry’s Ramo mirror is an artful take on traditional sunbursts... Read more
An architect uses salvaged materials, Craigslist, day laborers, and his own ingenuity to build a crisply detailed, light-filled house Read more
The Italian kitchen showroom Arclinea is changing its name to WPA Chicago, adding several Italian furniture lines, and doubling its space. Read more
Designer Todd Haley creates a sophisticated haven for a French-born Lincoln Park resident Read more