Custom Furniture: Ravenswood Residence Transitional Living Room, Chicago
Example of a large transitional formal and open concept dark wood floor and brown floor living room design in Chicago with gray walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and no tv — Houzz
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1. Stun DoubleDesigners: Emily Mackie and the team at Inspired InteriorsLocation: Ravenswood neighborhood of ChicagoSize: 675 square feet (63 square meters); 25 by 27 feetHomeowners’ request. A space for entertaining guests that would feel “atmospheric, trendy and grand,” designer Emily Mackie says. Fireplace wall. Two freestanding bar cabinets custom-made in Portugal. The exteriors are alternating panels of African wenge wood and leather. The interiors are mirrored, with glass shelves, interior lighting and recessing doors. Wall paint was chosen to “create a muted background for the couple’s amazing art collection to stand out,” Mackie says. The walls and millwork are painted in Navajo White by Benjamin Moore.
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8. Double the FunA pair of custom liquor cabinets made in Portugal provided the perfect style solution for two large niches flanking the fireplace in this Chicago living room designed by Emily Mackie and the team at Inspired Interiors. “We wanted the liquor cabinets to look like furniture pieces but maximize the cavity space on each side of the fireplace,” Mackie says. The exteriors of the cabinets feature alternating panels of African wenge wood and leather. The interiors are mirrored, with glass shelves, interior lighting and recessing doors.