Livable style that only looks effortless, with charming surprises around every corner
A lean, clean mid-century condo makes the most of its moment—and its view
An architectural solution gives an art-filled apartment a bold new personality and more than a touch of glamour
Looking for a classic modernist? An eclectic traditionalist? A transitional . . . oh, never mind. With so many designers and decorators to choose from, it can be tricky finding one you’ll click with. These five firms stand out from the crowd by specializing in a certain type of client—you, perhaps
River North has become a veritable playground for design junkies over the past few years. For those on the hunt for modern classics and ethnographic treasures, the selection just keeps getting deeper . . . and deeper
These aren’t your daddy’s cookers, but when it comes to stylish barbecuing, they are smokin’
At Le Magasin, hand-picked china, textiles, and other home goods from owner Didier Milleriot’s native France tell a story—each piece comes with information about the workshop or region where the piece was produced. Charmant!
A few daring moves take a suburban house from ho-hum to humdinger
Brice Cooper loves getting his hands dirty. The 26-year-old Chicago-based host and lead designer of HGTV’s Design on a Dime is used to making the most of not much—transforming rooms with back-alley finds, paint, and discounted designer deals. We asked him to share some tips, including the best neighborhoods for Dumpster diving.
Colorful accessories make al fresco dining even more delicious. Spend a lot, spend a little; who can tell the difference?