This past weekend I visited a great annual design festival here in Chicago. Design Harvest located down on Grand always reminds me of how much I love a couple of stores down in the west loop area that I oftentimes forget about. My favorite is 'the find' which always has the coolest accessories and furniture pieces. I wish all their inventory were online, but then again, its so much better in-person that it is worth a visit. I fell in love with so many pieces, but here are just a few that I have my eye on for client projects... [caption id="attachment_1446" align="alignnone" width="614"] Green Glass Box[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1440" align="alignnone" width="300"] goatskin side table[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1441" align="alignnone" width="400"] Vintage Lion Rug[/caption] I also always enjoy SG Grand. I picked up a vintage rug from them that I can't wait to unroll, but I'm keeping this one for myself! In person, it is the perfect shade of deep raspberry red with a touch of fuchsia - I'm sure you'll see it in our portfolio down the road. [caption id="attachment_1443" align="alignnone" width="461"] Vintage Raspberry Rug[/caption] And for the bargain shopper, you've gotta love The Painted Lady where I saw this oh so cute cane/wicker chair that was a total steal. I didn't have the right project for it, but I was oh so tempted...the price was unbeatable. Literally. [caption id="attachment_1444" align="alignnone" width="461"] Wicker Chair[/caption] Did you go to Chicago's Design Harvest? Did you run in to any local Chicago Interior Design celebs? What did you think, and was there something that you were dying to go home with?
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