By Jan Parr, Nate Berkus
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Extra info for Chicago Spaces: Inspiring Interiors from the Editors of Chicago Home + Garden Magazine
She purposely ignored the colors in the house’s original stained glass windows. “They’re not my taste,” she says. ” Instead, she upholstered the furniture in muted shades of blond and taupe—the colors of her wheaten terriers. She also lightened up the more formal first-floor rooms with soft bluish-white walls that draw some attention, but not too much, to the house’s period details. In the end, Edelmann’s home is a study in creating a personal style blissfully free of decorating boundaries; somehow her colossal artifacts seduce rather than intimidate.
An intimate seating area was created as a setting for cozy dinners; the director’s chairs were an eBay find. The expansive great room accommodates a family that includes four children and two pets, as well as visiting friends and relatives. The kitchen was modeled after a tapas bars she had seen in Madrid. The mahogany dining table, custom-made by a friend, was devoid of a light fixture for more than a year as Eck searched for one distinctive enough to hang in this prominent spot—the apex of two intersecting barrel-vault ceilings.
A photo composite by Bob Coscarelli hangs behind a versatile oak dining table that’s actually two console tables pushed together. A sculpture by C. Jere echoes the legs of vintage fiberglass Eames chairs. Coscarelli and his wife, Karen Valentine, created the Edison-bulb light fixture themselves. On the Carrara marble kitchen island, a walnut box custom-designed by Chicago furniture maker Michael Koehler hides the cooktop. Panelite screens lend privacy to a garage-top deck and a cooking area on a lower level, where a Big Green Egg grill is stationed below the steel stairs.
Chicago Spaces: Inspiring Interiors from the Editors of Chicago Home + Garden Magazine by Jan Parr, Nate Berkus