re. Revival

re. Revival

Heather Blaha
Aug 22, 2006

We hear people mention little things about Revival often. While we have loved the shop for a while now, we were happy to get a reminder of its brilliance from reader Danny (look for his latest Revival find in a post later today!).

The range of styles and periods represented is impressive, and stopping in regularly for architectural or historical inspiration is always a worthwhile experience.

Having moved to Irving Park from its original South Loop spot (where the salvage was showcased in the 1891 Chicago Illuminating Company building), Revival has quickly adapted to its new northside home.

And with it, undoubtedly, have come new people seeking "architectural eye catchers" in the neighborhood.

Here are a few things that caught our eye:

19th Century French Oak Train Station Bench, $4900

Mirror with Gold Leaf Foliate Inserts, 1940s, $950

Black and White Porcelain Table Lamp with Chrome Neck, 1960s, $350
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