Thursday, October 11, 2012

Design Hunter | CS Interiors Anniversary Home

Foyer design by Anne Coyle
Living Room Design by Tom Stringer

In celebration of their five-year anniversary, CS Interiors has partnered with Chicago’s most distinguished interior designers to create “The Anniversary Home,” inspired by the magazine’s impact on the Chicago design community over the past five years.  I had the pleasure of attending the press preview yesterday and let me tell you, this space is the definition of luxe! Interior designers Julia Buckingham Edelmann, Tom Stringer, Jessica LeGrange, Anne Coyle, James E. Rudd and Tracy Hickman each created a room in the residence and drew inspiration from Chicago couple, Katrina Markoff and Jason Scher of Vosges Haut-Chocolate.

Pictured above are the foyer design by Anne Coyle and living room by Tom Stringer.  The moment I walked in the door I knew I was in Anne's space.  The small but impactful foyer had her signature luxe touches of gold and lucite.  The large Louis Philippe gilt mirror, crystal sconces and modern are made set the tone for the rest of the home.  A small hallway worked as a transition between Anne's vibrant design and Tom's rich, leather-clad living room.

I tried my best to capture the beauty of the space but lets be honest, my photography skills are not the best. So if you like what you see and really want to take in all the luxe details then be sure to join CS Interiors in their celebration on October 12th and 13th, 2012 at the Ritz-Carlton Residences from 10am to 5pm. The ticket sales are benefiting The Lynn Sage Foundation and Infant Welfare Society of Chicago. Be sure to be the first to view these beautiful designs!

3 comments:

  1. totally in love with this house!

    xoxo Shauna

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  2. oh how LOVELY?! i just love everything from the mirror herringbone backsplash to the GREAT pillows on the sofa!

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  3. Happy anniversary and a huge congratulations to you guys. I love the work that you guys constantly do, and with that I tip my hat off to you. Keep up your great work.

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