A bank of tall cabinets create an easy boundary between the kitchen and dining room. The fact that they stop short of the ceiling keeps the visual flow between the two areas and allows for maximum natural light to filer through.
In this Asian-inspired hallway, sea green wallpaper covered with trees, birds and flowers encourages peace and tranquility. Round pendant lights above create visual interest, while identical drawers and mirrors create symmetry and balance.
This bold, red and white kids room is filled with bright colors and fun patterns that are great for sparking the imagination of young minds. Two ceiling light fixtures illuminate a white table topped with an array of lego creations while a peace sign light decorates the wall.
Designer Lori Rourk kept the bathroom simple with clean lines and basic materials such as linen shower curtains, white cabinets and marble countertops. The easy-going aesthetic helps create a sense of peace.
Varied fabrics and textures in shades of blue come together to provide a look of beauty and feeling of peace in this open dining space.The ten-light chandelier casts a warm glow over the eclectic mix of seating.
This fashionable transitional baby's room does not skimp on designer touches, from the wallpaper that pops with eye catching color to the crystal chandelier that illuminates the room. The furnishings were kept white giving a sense of space and peace while allowing the more colorful elements of the room to shine.
The bed isn’t the only place for relaxing in this bedroom. A chaise lounge in the bedroom promises many hours of comfort, staring lazily out the window at the unique ironwork that Malene designed herself. The lounge is topped with a cushion from a favorite local store in the area, Peace and Riot.
This master suite feels completely high end while offering a sense of peace and tranquility thanks to the artistic approach of Edyta Czajkowska of Chicago based design firm, EDYTA & CO. Using her signature design viewpoint, tailored to modern living, Edyta lightened up the palette, used clean lines for a visual lift, and scattered metallic accents throughout for a touch of glamour. The result is a space that's sophisticated and streamlined.
The one-of-a-kind Toybox Home is the result of two guys running into each other at a Chicago reclaimed materials store. Frank Henderson, a music student, met Paul Schultz, a designer, and the two decided to design and construct a tiny house where Henderson could live while in school. It was created with the concept that home should be a fun place inspiring creativity while also providing peace of mind. The home’s exterior features include an energy efficient thermoplastic roof plane (TPO), natural cedar siding and colorful corrugated fiberglass.