Contemporary Lighting | Dec 20, 2016
The Best of Chicago Design: What’s Not to Love?
The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love?

Hey guys! As you may know, Chicago is a very influential city when it comes to the Interior Design thematic. Today, we bring you our 5 picks on the Chicago Design. chicago design The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? dl heritage 750This selection was based on multiple factors including their experience, customer satisfaction, responsiveness, quality of work and, of course, contemporary lighting choices!

Let’s take a look at our selected Interior Designers:

Inspired Interiors

Inspired Interiors has worked on everything from glamorous city penthouses and stately suburban estates to trendy corporate offices and boutique hospitality spaces. With a team made up of skilled professionals, each with a unique skill set. Together, the team works to create environments that enhance the way clients live, love, work and function.The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? chicago design The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? The Best of Chicago Design Whats Not to Love Inspired Designs

Jessica Lagrange Interiors

Jessica Lagrange Interiors, LLC provides luxury interior design services to Chicago residents since 1998. The design team has experience with a wide range of periods and styles and can design traditional, ultramodern, vibrant, serene, formal, and understated interior spaces. The small, close-knit team has won many awards and been featured in show houses and publications.The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? chicago design The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? The Best of Chicago Design Whats Not to Love Jessica e1482237198122

Lugbill Designs

The experience of working with a variety of residential spaces, styles, and budgets in the Chicago area makes Erica and her team a versatile fit for any project. Good design is never put ahead of functionality and she designs with the belief that great comfort and attainable luxury are an essential part of elevating everyday life.The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? chicago design The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? The Best of Chicago Design Whats Not to Love Lugbill Designs

Marshall Erb Design

Since 1998, Marshall Erb Design has designed homes and offices throughout Chicago. He incorporates his knowledge of furniture, antiques, artwork, textiles, and period detailing into his projects, and has been featured in Luxe, Traditional Home, Trends, Decor, and Renovation Style Magazines. The firm prides itself on designing creative and lasting environments.The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? chicago design The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? The Best of Chicago Design Whats Not to Love Marshall Erb Design

Nora Schneider Interior Design

Nora Schneider Interior Design is a residential design firm in Chicago. The design style is simple and sophisticated with ancient and modern elements. Designer and owner Nora Schneider is an award-winning member of ASID and founded the Interior Design Peer Alliance. Interiors Magazine and ABC 7 has featured her work.
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chicago design The Best of Chicago Design: What's Not to Love? dl black friday 750Now, we leave you with a beautiful video of an even more beautiful project this time in the heart of Portugal!

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