A Chicago home immersed in the nature of Lincoln Park

She intended to offer them an elegant and comfortable apartment, ideal for hosting parties, which reflected her personality and strong social life. And the house, which has Scandinavian touches, makes its aspirations tangible above all thanks to the roof terrace (with barbecue and dining area), and the lounge area with barbecue.

Curtis and I hit it off right away.

“My first inspiration was the client with his indicators, and then the structure of the house itself. Curtis and I hit it off right away. He is personable, attractive, has great taste, and has complete faith in my work.

The gray, crimson, and wood tones found throughout the home create a sophisticated and relaxed atmosphere. Photo by Ryan McDonald (Instagramrymcdon).

Ryan McDonald

A dream client,” he says Liz Lipkinthe interior designer at the helm Liz Lipkin Interiors. “It is also for this reason that all environments are so personal. The office is the most original, and it’s the one that got me instantly involved. Curtis is an avid tennis player, so it was fun designing the shelves to reveal his passion for the sport.”

“Calm means balance.”

Liz’s assertion is reinforced by a comparison of color palettes: if the grays, crimsons, and wood tones present throughout the house create a sophisticated and relaxed atmosphere, for the studio, the furnishings and walls are more colorful, with a clear intent for a more edgy and inviting design. organized space.

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