Modern living in Chicago

<br /><br /><br />   Study</p><br /><br /> <p>The fireplace-equipped study greets guests entering from the lower level.<br /><br /><br /> Photo by Morlen Sinoway</p><br /><br /> <p>

<br />   Living Room<br /> Overlooking nearby Pulaski Park, the Hoffman’s living space features a contrast of old and new elements, including the original wood flooring, once covered in carpet. Morlen Sinoway Atelier custom-made the sofa and found the pair of Corbusier Chaise Lounges.<br /> Photo by Morlen Sinoway<br />

<br />   Office<br /> Hoffman’s friend, carpenter Scott McGlasson who runs Woodsport Studio in Minneapolis, custom-made the desk.<br /> Photo by Morlen Sinoway<br />

<br />   Master Bedroom<br /> A former hayloft, located above the stables for the horses that pulled hearses for the funeral home, has become a quiet retreat, with blackout shades and a custom fireplace combining to make it cozy even in the dead of a Chicago winter. The space contains a Shell Chair by Hans Wegner on the left, along with an array of Ikea pieces.<br /> Photo by Morlen Sinoway<br />

<br />   Master Bathroom<br /> Summer sunshine streaming through the east-facing third-floor windows warms the porcelain tiles in the master bathroom, designed with custom vanities and drawer pulls.<br /> Photo by Morlen Sinoway<br />



2 απαντήσεις στο “Modern living in Chicago”

  1. I’m more of a Rustic gal but a contemporary home would sure be easier to keep clean! Pretty.

    1. You’re right, need to think and this, I absolutely agree!

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