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“Yes, the architecture of the
1946 house is colonial -
bricks red, windows
mullioned, front door
flanked by white columns -
a style any
self-respecting

agent would
reflexively call
traditional. But
designer Judi
Mills-Grossman’s
modern spin on
the old Dolly
Madison look is
pure genius.”

“In this renovated Chicago kitchen, a
neutral color palette comes to life
with intricate details.”

FOUR CHICAGOLAND
HOMES GO FROM
DRAB TO FAB WITH
THE HELP OF LOCAL

DESIGNERS

“A steady stream of friends and family fits perfectly into this revamped kitchen
and family room.”

Into the Blue

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Dining Room

This space features a Kelly O’Neal painting that mirrors the room’s wavy details.

Kitchen

Three shades of cabinetry keep the room from getting washed out in sunlight.

Master Bath

Mirrored walls give the illusion of space; blue highlights pop among white cabinets and brass hardware.

Lounge

Eight different fabrics were used for seating in the lounge area.

“An artfully executed kitchen and family room renovation celebrates its home's 1940s roots.”

Evolved Eastern Influence