Chicago Spaces: Inspiring Interiors from the Editors of Chicago Home + Garden Magazine

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Agate Publishing, Sep 19, 2011 - Architecture - 210 pages
With big names such as Nate Berkus and Alessandra Branca putting Chicago on the national design map, and with lesser-known (but no less talented) pros working their magic from the Gold Coast to the North Shore, Chicago teems with beautiful homes. This gorgeous coffee table book not only shows these dwellings in all their splendor but also tells the stories of how they came to be. Compiled by the editors of Chicago Home + Garden magazine, Chicago Spaces is divided into two parts. The first features homes in their entirety, while the second focuses on specific rooms: dining rooms, living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, baths, dens, foyers, and children’s rooms. Readers learn how these spaces came together and find tips for making changes in their own homes, as well as a directory of the area’s best furniture and accessories shops. Chicago Spaces shows readers smart ways to turn their homes into comfortable, stylish oases.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Nate Berkus
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The New Marshall Plan
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About the author (2011)

Jan Parr is editor-in-chief of Chicago Home+Garden magazine.

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