Tour a Serene Chicago Home With Touches Of Glamour

When you have your own art and furniture collection, the best way to showcase them is to use neutral color palettes. The texture and pattern are often introduced to bring in interest and sophistication. This Chicago home we are going to virtually visit today is such a great case study on how to create a serene, peaceful home yet with a touch of glamor.

Entry

The dark console, mirror and the rug set a elevated decor atmosphere for the whole house.

Living Room

The curved sofa and shapely chair create a casual free-flow conversation zone in this all-white living room. We love the clean-lined fireplace. The black on the baby grand piano, window frames and artwork bring in a masculine energy that anchors the living room.

Kitchen

We love this floor-to-ceiling cabinetry in the kitchen which hide away all of the clutters and create a very neat cooking environment. The brass details on the cabinetry add a touch of glamour and warmth to the kitchen.

Dining Room

In the formal dining room, a chandelier from Baccarat is suspended over a silver walnut table . We love the contrast between the handcrafted sophistication and earthy organic roughness .

Master Bathroom

This master bath has a very sophisticated color palette—light grey, charcoal, creamy white. And the texture and pattern on the marble walls bring in the depth and interest.

Outdoor Living Space

An outdoor garden just outside of the home office is such a dream for all of us.

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