Since the living and dining room are a shared space, we wanted to create a sense of separateness as well as openness. To do this, we moved the existing fireplace from the center of the room to the side -- this created two clearly marked zones. Floor to ceiling flat panel cabinets ensure the living and dining rooms stay tidy and organized with the plus side of adding a striking feature wall.
The overall look is mid-century modern, with dashes of neon green, retro artwork, soft grays, and striking wood accents. The living and dining areas are brought tied together nicely with the bright and cheerful accent chairs.
Designed by Chi Renovation & Design who serve Chicago and its surrounding suburbs, with an emphasis on the North Side and North Shore. You'll find their work from the Loop through Lincoln Park, Skokie, Wilmette, and all the way up to Lake Forest.
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