We found a lot to love in the July/August issue of Chicago Home. In addition to the big stuff like "heavenly baths" and spa-like spaces noted on the cover story (p. 82), it's often the smaller elements that get us going. Round-ups of objects with lattice and cane patterns (p. 22), an acrylic medicine cabinet designed by Helen Maria Nugent (p. 15), and images of the Cumulus Light Canopy by Steven Haulenbeek and a cherry sideboard by Atlantico (both pictured on p. 26)...they all add to our summer lovin' of good design. More from the issue:
p. 24-25, Voyeur: A peek inside Heiji Choy Black's (Hejfina owner) Wicker Park loft. p. 108-113, Casablanca Night: A great party spread at the Oak Park home of Arianne and Archer Prewitt, complete with Moroccan menu (including a chicken and root vegetable stew recipe outlined on p. 113), exquisite tea station in the couple's garden, and inspired,a laid-back, colorful decor.
(Cumulus Light Canopy by Steven Haulenbeek) Any reader responses to the July/August issue of Chicago Home?