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CONTENTS

DESIGN TRENDS // 05 A SURE THING // 08

ART IMITATES LIFE. Real life has been inspiring creative work for thousands of years. Many of the world’s most beautiful objects have a form that follows a function. Design Book is a curation of Architecture and Design trends, styles, and collections reflecting the past, present, and future.

TAKE IT OUTSIDE // 10 SOUTHERN COMFORT // 12 TRANSITION METALS // 14 MODERN MIES // 15 SUMMER GLOW // 18 WORK IT // 20 DESERT TRIP // 21 MILITARY STYLE // 24 RUSTIC MODERN // 26

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HM architecture&design FEBRUARY 2016

DESIGN TRENDS by Julie Jonlich, IIDA

A new year is here, and when it comes to design, the possibilities are endless. Technology continues to have a huge influence in how we live, thus impacting the design world. Comfort is always in style, creating a desire for approachable luxury. Modern is being mixed more and more with tradition, and customization is on the rise. I spoke with six industry leaders, and they shared their top picks for 2016.

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This is great for the sports fanatic and for entertaining. Using multiple screens and video tiling is an increasingly popular trend, which is expected to double in the marketplace by 2020, as technology continues to advance. These systems are very versatile, and work equally well for everyday viewing, or large-scale entertaining. “Smart-home video wall-tiling systems that work off your iPad like Savants Smart View VOM-SV02 processing card enables video-tiling functionality,” said Joe Barrett, president of Naperville-based Barrett’s Technology Solutions. “Systems can work off a matrix tie-in that allows up to nine screens for an impressive video wall.” BARRETT’S TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS 576 S. Ill. Rte. 59, Naperville, 630-898-2850, www.Barretts.tv Continued on the next page

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KITCHEN

The kitchen is designed around how people want to live. Functionality, along with creativity and beauty, continue to be the driving forces of kitchen design. “Classic materials, like antique mirror, and stainless steel are being used in new ways on surfaces like refrigerator doors, and back splashes,” said Jim Drury, co-owner and studio manager of Drury Design in Glen Ellyn. “Mixing of different finishes on cabinetry and countertops throughout the kitchen continues to be popular,” Drury said. “Hard surfaces like quartzite are being fabricated with leathered, and antiqued finishes, to give a textured finish on countertops.” DRURY DESIGN KITCHEN AND BATH STUDIO 512 N. Main Street, Glen Ellyn 630-469-4980, www.drurydesigns.com

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Modern is here to stay. Geometric shapes are taking cues from classic forms, but reimagined. We are seeing the return of the desk, and a lot of mixing old and new. “Modern edge and relaxed glamour with memorable touches are what a growing group of consumers are wanting in furniture design, as seen in this milling road wrap console and cane armchair by Baker, from designer Kara Mann,” said Gregory Heller, vice president of product marketing and development at Chicago-based Baker Furniture. BAKER FURNITURE 222 Merchandise Mart #6, Chicago 312-337-7144, www.bakerfurniture.com

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LIGHTING

European influence leads the design world in the modern lighting genre. “Unexpected, yet simple designs are grouped together for flexibility and customization—from the foyer, to the family room, to the kitchen island, and especially to the formal dining room,” said Lisa Smiley, vice president of Tower Lighting in La Grange. This piece, designed by Paolo Francesco Piva and made in Italy by Soluzioni Sylcom, is made of hand-blown Murano glass (in crystal or smoke) and chrome, and looks great just about anywhere. TOWER LIGHTING 1508 W. 55th Street, La Grange 708-246-9429, www.towerltg.com

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Rich tones in comfortable fabrics are prevalent with the return of casual. Leather will continue to be a big focus in 2016, and we will see more gilded and silk-screen printed leather, which is beautiful for small pieces of furniture. Protective stain finishes (many of which are eco-friendly) are here to stay, as product livability remains important. “As with fashion, textiles have been trending towards warmer, more vibrant colors,” said Amy Greenwalt, national sales manager at Holly Hunt Brands. “Our Great Plains fabrics collection showcases fabrics with small pops of gems that can be layered on to bring dimension to a space.” HOLLY HUNT CHICAGO 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1428, Chicago 312-661-1900, www.hollyhunt.com

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In addition to mixing durable and water-resistant tropical hardwoods like teak around tubs and showers, master baths are seeing an increase in a demand for digital showers. “Kohler’s DTV + single digital thermo-static valve system features an intuitive touch-screen interface that provides complete customization and control over an allencompassing shower experience that includes body-sprays, rain-heads, soothing steam, music playlists and lighting in one simple control,” said Eric Moore, interior designer for Kohler Designer in Kohler, Wisc. KOHLER SIGNATURE STORE BY STUDIO 41 775 Burr Ridge Village Center Drive, Burr Ridge 630-655-8096, www.kohlersignaturestoreburrridge.com

Julie Jonlich, IIDA is a licensed interior designer. You can contact Julie at 630-915-9360, or visit www.juliejonlich.com.

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HM architecture&design MARCH 2016

A Sure Thing Most styles come and go, but then there are some that are always in vogue. Cutting-edge at first glance, these pieces have stood the test of time. Here’s a look at five can’t-go-wrong choices. by Julie Jonlich, IIDA

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Carpet-making in Tibet goes back hundreds of years. Originally woven for monastic use, rugs were sometimes restrained in terms of design and color, like this abstracted Tiger rug from Stark Carpet’s Vasanti Collection.

Dating back to the 17th century, Shagreen—which is an untanned shark or ray leather with a rough surface—was prized for its water-resistant qualities. Mostly used as a fancy leather for book-binding and men’s luxury leather pieces, Shagreen continues to also be popular in the furniture industry, as seen in this side table by Williams-Sonoma.

STARK CARPET 222 Merchandise Mart, Suite 6-102, Chicago 312-329-9043, starkcarpet.com

WILLIAMS-SONOMA 142 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook 630-571-2702, williams-sonoma.com

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A modern spin on the iconic Starburst mirror, which has roots going back to Medieval times, this Constellation mirror by Thomas Pheasant for Baker Furniture has shimmering antiqued mirror discs woven onto extending gold threads to create a Starburst pattern. BAKER FURNITURE 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza #6, Chicago 312-337-7144, bakerfurniture.com

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Used since the days of Ancient Rome, Polished or honed, this white with gray veining marble is the chameleon of natural stones. GEBAUER STONE 25 E. Chicago Ave. Westmont 630-724-0376 gebauertileandstone.com

Sometimes called the first style of abstract art, and considered the most influential art movement of the 20th century. Cubism was pioneered by Picasso, Braque, Leger and Gris, who were inspired by music, literature, and architecture, like this piece titled “The Musician� by French painter Georges Braque (1918). HINSDALE GALLERY Hinsdale, 630-655-4476 hinsdalegallery.com

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HM architecture&design APRIL 2016

Take It Outside

by Julie Jonlich, IIDA

Add privacy and sophistication with industry-leading SunbrellaÂŽ all-weather canvas drapery from RH Modern. It is available in a variety of sizes and array of colors. Restoration Hardware 19 Oakbrook Center Oak Brook 630-572-0074 RHModern.com

Perfect for entertaining, the Amalfi glass-top serving table from Janus et Cie is made of powder-coated steel and clear, tempered glass. Janus et Cie 222 Merchandise Mart Suite 1420 Chicago 312-822-0460 janusetcie.com

Leisure time is precious, and the demand to create outdoor rooms is on the rise. Indoor furniture luxuries and amenities are successfully making their way outside, without sacrificing high-style and low-maintenance. People used to want to bring the outdoors in, but now it’s the opposite.

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Made of aluminum and glass, the Walker lantern from Hinkley Lighting adds an elegant glow to any space with three 60-Watt candle bulbs, and a Buckeye Bronze finish. 800-446-5539 hinkleylighting.com

The ideal finishing touch, this lush 15-inch boxwood ball, weighted in a fiberglass pot with sturdy green leaves from Chicago Outdoor Living, can remain in direct sunlight for up to five years without losing its color. 800-852-0323 chicagooutdoorliving.com

A fresh, contemporary take on mid-century California design, RH Modern’s Tiburon customizable sectional has an all-weather wicker frame, and sits on a metal base. Restoration Hardware 19 Oakbrook Center Oak Brook 630-572-0074 RHModern.com

Made of 100-percent polypropylene, Frontgate’s exotic Archer indoor/outdoor rug is perfect for high-traffic areas, and stands up to hot sun, while resisting mold and mildew. 888-263-9850 frontgate.com

Julie Jonlich, IIDA, is a licensed interior designer. You can contact Julie at 630-915-9360, or visit www.juliejonlich.com.

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HM architecture&design MAY 2016

SOUTHERN COMFORT IT’S DERBY TIME! POUR YOURSELF A DRINK, SIT BACK, RELAX AND GET READY FOR THE MOST EXCITING TWO MINUTES IN SPORTS!

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with strong French and English influence, Southern style has long been admired for its classic good looks. From modest to stately, these durable pieces breed comfort and elegance, for a winning combination across the board.

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1. Visual Comfort Suzanne Kasler large Seymor Chandelier in Aged Iron. Hinsdale Lighting, 777 N. York Road, #19, Hinsdale, 630-734-0662, hinsdalelighting. com 2. Milling Road Archives Palladian Bookcase with dimmable halogen lighting. Harwood solids and veneers. Baker Furniture, 222 Merchandise Mart #6, Chicago, 312-337-7144, bakerfurniture.com 3. Hermes folding armchair with leather finishings. Ebonized maple and Hermes red taurillon Clemence. Hermes Chicago, 25 E. Oak Street, Chicago, 312-787-8175, hermes.com 4. Hickory Chair Marit Cocktail Ottoman with Upholstered Top. Dark walnut finish and standard nail head trim. Tom’s Price, 303 Front Street, Wheaton, 630-668-7878, tomsprice.com 5. Feizy Anders hand-knotted wool rug in charcoal. Available in a variety of sizes. feizy.com 6. Sherrill Dan Carithers Collection Sofa. Hand-tufted, nail head trim, brown mahogany finish. J. Marshall Design, 222 Merchandise Mart #1469, Chicago, 312-882-1942, jmarshalldesign.com 7. Hickory Chair Apertif Bar Cart. Antique mirrored tray top with brass gallery. Weathered black finish. Hickory Chair, 222 Merchandise Mart #1477, Chicago, 312-644-4275, hickorychair.com 8. Ralph Lauren Cantwell Decanter. Made of 24% lead crystal, with an embossed leather case, and polished stainless steel name plate. 888-475-7674, ralphlauren.com 9. “King of the Crown” Jaime Corum autographed print. Print of 1973 Triple Crown winner, Secretariat. secretariat.com. n JULIE JONLICH DESIGN BOOK

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Sporting a shiny ruthenium frame featuring a blue trim-line, the Mont Blanc Ultralight full-rim sunglasses take retro styling to new heights. www.merryrichards.com

TRANSITION METALS Perfectly transformed into strong & stylish accessories By Julie Jonlich

Powered by Android Wear and Intel Inside, the Tag Heur IP67 splash-proof titanium watch has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal screen, transflective LTPS LCD display, touch-on display supporting multiple finger recognition, a 1-gigabyte main memory, and is Bluetooth-compatible. www.bellacosajewelers.com With sterling silver on one side and forged carbon inlay on the other, this David Yurman keychain comes with Yurman’s signature branding stamp. www.davidyurman.com

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HM architecture&design JUNE 2016

Modern Mies Regarded as one of history’s greatest architects, Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) is considered a pioneer of modern architecture. This former Director of the Bauhaus came to Chicago in the late 1930s as the newly-appointed head of the architecture school at Chicago’s Armour Institute of Technology (later renamed Illinois Institute of Technology). Known for its extreme clarity and simplicity using modern materials to define interior spaces, proving that less is more, Mies “skin-and-bones” architecture lives on. Hinsdale Magazine takes a look at a few Miesian masterpieces close to home.

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S.R. CROWN HALL A modern masterpiece designed in 1956, and called “one of the world’s most influential, inspiring and astonishing structures” by Time magazine, Crown Hall is considered one of the most architecturally significant buildings of the 20th-century Modernist movement, because of its basic steel-and-glass construction style, emphasizing simplicity and openness with a column-free open floor plan that creates universal space. It is widely regarded as Mies’s finest work, and the definition of Miesian architecture. S.R. Crown Hall IIT Campus 3360 S. State Street Chicago

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Designed in 1929 by Mies and companion Lily Reich, this iconic chair, which has been manufactured by Knoll since 1953, is made of steel and leather. Said to resemble a Roman Curule seat, it was designed as a German pavilion entry for Spanish royalty to oversee opening ceremonies during Barcelona’s 1929 International Exposition.

Created in 1930 for the Mies-designed Villa Tugendhat in Brno, Czech Republic, and known for its exquisitely-refined details, the Barcelona Table, sometimes called “Architecture in Miniature,” is made of polished chrome steel and 3/4” thick-plate glass.

Knoll Chicago 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza Space 1111 Chicago www.knoll.com

Knoll Chicago 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza Space 1111 Chicago www.knoll.com

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Photo by Sean Williams

Plan courtesy of Elmhurst Art Museum

MCCORMICK HOUSE Built in 1952 as a residence for Robert Hall McCormick Jr. and a prototype for steel frame row houses, the McCormick House is composed of glass, steel and brick on a concrete slab using a framework of peripheral columns and ceiling beams, which allows for an open and adaptable interior with movable partitions. The house was moved in 1994 from its original location at 299 Prospect Ave. in Elmhurst to Wilder Park, after being sold to the Elmhurst Fine Arts and Civic Center Foundation in 1992. McCormick House 150 Cottage Hill Ave. Elmhurst

Photo by Carol Highsmith

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FARNSWORTH HOUSE Designed in 1945 as a weekend retreat along the Fox River in Plano for prominent Chicago nephrologist Dr. Edith Farnsworth, this all-glass enclosure influenced the creation of hundreds of modernist glass houses, most notably the Glass House by Philip Johnson, located near New York City, because of its revolutionary design using a wood-paneled fireplace (also housing mechanical equipment, a kitchen and toilets) within the open space, creating living, dining and sleeping spaces without using walls.

Completed in 1970, Mies’s last American building, the IBM/AMA Plaza, is set on an elevated plaza on the north bank of the Chicago River, and positioned to capture views of the lake. This 52-story skyscraper, known for its strength and clarity of form with a banked intelligent elevator system, was designed with client-specific raised floors to support large computing centers and integrated climate control mechanisms. Declared a Chicago landmark in 2008 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2010, it is the newest building in Chicago in terms of its age on both lists. IBM/AMA Plaza 330 N. Wabash Chicago

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HM architecture&design JULY 2016

LIGHT UP THE OUTDOORS THIS SUMMER WITH THESE ONE-OF-A-KIND PIECES GUARANTEED TO SET THE NIGHT AGLOW By Julie Jonlich IIDA

Dramatic in shape and size, the Gem Sconce from the Kevin Reilly Collection is available in four sizes and ten stainless or steel-metal finishes. Indoor/outdoor use. Holly Hunt, 222 Merchandise Mart, Suite 1428, Chicago, 800-320-3145

A focal point for any outdoor space, the Loop Outdoor Fire is wrapped in two-inch-thick Marinegrade nautical rope, and offers optional add-ons like a protective glass screen and matching stools. Uses butane or e-NRG bioethanol with an adaptor. Brown Jordan, 222 Merchandise Mart, Chicago, 312-321-0144, www. brownjordanfires.com

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Composed of twigs from the tea tree and recycled glass, the Oursin candleholder’s spherical shape and organic composition combine to create a unique decorative element. 11.75” height, 19.75” diameter; indoor/outdoor use. Janus et Cie, 222 Merchandise Mart, Space 1420, Chicago, 312-822-0460, www.shopjanusetcie.com

A modern twist on the traditional outdoor torch design, these sleek, polished stainless-steel column candle vases come in four heights, ranging from 42 to 64 inches. Indoor/outdoor use. Chicago Outdoor Living, 800-852-0323, www.chicagooutdoorliving.com, design@ chicagooutdoorliving.com

These unique Ventana Teak Lanterns feature a rotating inner frame to create an intriguing play of light, and are available in weathered (shown) or natural finish. Restoration Hardware, 19 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, 800-7621005, www.rh.com

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HM HOME DESIGN 1. Ruhlmann large chandelier, www.hinsdalelighting.com 2.Selenite sconce, Jean Louis Denoit, www.bakerfurniture.com 3. Social study secretary, Barbara Barry, www.bakerfurniture.com 4.Charla side chair, Laura Kirar, www.bakerfurniture.com 5. Nina console, Thomas Pheasant, www.bakerfurniture.com

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WHETHER YOU’RE HEADING TO PALM SPRINGS FOR INDIO’S MONUMENTAL DESERT TRIP MUSIC FESTIVAL, OR TO THE CITY FOR MODERNISM WEEK’S FALL PREVIEW, SHOWCASING MIDCENTURY ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, THE COACHELLA VALLEY IS HOTTER THAN EVER. HERE’S A GLIMPSE OF WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE VALLEY THIS OCTOBER.

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Sunnylands Center and Gardens Regarded as the “Camp David of the West”and a magnet for famous golfers, the former Annenberg Estate hosts national and foreign dignitaries and diplomats to gather for summit meetings and retreats. Tour this 25,000 squarefoot residence designed by architect A. Quincy Jones, decorated in Hollywood Regency style. The tour also speaks about the couples’ significant art collection, as well as world-famous entertainers and politicians that visited the estate. Sunnylands Historic House Tour Oct. 21 37977 Bob Hope Drive | Rancho Mirage, Calif. Tickets: www.modernismweek.com

Desert Trip Called a “once-in-a-lifetime” concert, “Desert Trip” music festival takes place in October at The Empire Polo Club, where six of the world’s most iconic and influential rock-and-roll artists will come together. The festival includes a wide range of on-site lodging accommodations, including fully-furnished Shikar-style safari tents. Oct. 7, 8, 9 and 14, 15, 16 Empire Polo Club | Indio, Calif. Tickets: www.deserttrip.com, www.valleymusictravel.com

Special thanks to the Palm Springs Historical Society, Moderism Week, part-time winter residents Jim and Marjorie Pehta, and architect James Reid.

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Elrod House Best known for being Willard Whyte’s winter retreat in the 1971 James Bond film “Diamonds Are Forever,” this 8,901 square-foot home designed by John Lautner, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright, boasts a concrete sunburst canopy and distinctive interior, including walls of rocks kept in place after preconstruction excavation. The house is perched at the very tip of the Southridge enclave, and is visible throughout Palm Springs.

John Lautner’s, Elrod House

Private Residence 2175 Southridge Drive Palm Springs, Calif.

Christopher Kennedy’s Palm Springs Pad Tour prominent designer Christopher Kennedy’s private residence. A down-size move, Kennedy has traded life on the golf course for a townhouse closer to downtown. Outfitted with the latest technology, the home boasts a livable style that has been called “a new generation of Desert Modern.”

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Oct. 22 152 South Sunrise Way | Palm Springs, Calif. Tickets: www.modernismweek.com

Frank Sinatra’s “Twin Palms” estate tour Located in the Movie Colony neighborhood, which boasts homes owned by Cary Grant, Tony Curtis and Leonardo Di Caprio, Frank Sinatra’s Twin Palms estate, also known as “Party Central,” was designed in 1947 by modernist architect E. Stuart Williams. Designated a Class I historic site, the house is a great example of Mid-century design with Hollywood lore. Oct. 21 1145 East Via Colusa | Palm Springs, Calif. Tickets: www.modernismweek.com

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2016 Jeep Wrangler 75th anniversary edition

Arguably the oldest four-wheel drive mass-production vehicles now known as SUVs, and described by the Museum of Modern Art as a masterpiece of functionalist design, the GP, or Jeep as it’s known today, went into production in 1941 as the primary light, four-wheel-drive vehicle of the U.S. Army and the Allies during World War II, and has been used by every service of the U.S. military. www.jeep.com

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The land of the free and the home of the brave defines cool with iconic pieces rooted in the military. By Julie Jonlich IIDA

Awarded to Air Force officers upon completion of basic flight training, and worn with as much pride as their wings, the bomber jacket was invented and developed to provide warmth in barely-heated cockpits at high altitudes for World War II US Army Air Forces pilots, navigators and bombardiers. www.herringtoncatalog.com Herrington WWII authentic A-2 fighter jacket

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A fashion icon in the modern world and re-invented many times, the crossbody originates from the haversack bag. Used during the American Civil War, and World War I, the US Army adopted the M-1910 as the standard backpack for all infantrymen. www.ralphlauren.com

Ray-Ban aviator classic Ralph Lauren fringed leather cross-body bag

Designed to reduce distractions for pilots caused by the intense blue and white sky, aviator or “pilot’s glasses” were developed in 1929 by New York-based medical equipment manufacturer Bausch and Lomb at the request of U.S. Army Air Corps Lt. General John MacCready to provide pilots an anti-fog alternative to flight goggles. Made famous by a photo taken of General Douglas MacArthur when he landed on a beach in the Philippines during World War II, Bausch and Lomb dedicated a line of sunglasses to him in 1987. www.Ray-Ban.com Used by the U.S. military 100 years ago during the Pancho Villa expedition, World War I was the first time a Harley-Davidson motorcycle had been adopted for military issue. Production peaked during World War II, with more than 90,000 military motorcycles being produced, many of which were provided to Allies. www.harley-davidson.com

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Rustic goes Modern with sleek pieces made of rugged materials By Julie Jonlich IIDA

1. Crafted from oak and finished in a weathered brown, the RH Grand Framed Glass Double Door Cabinet features clean lines and a straightforward aesthetic with slim, metal handles that add a modern touch. www.RH.com; 2. An abstract version of the traditional antler chandelier, this LED light-fixture, available in satin bronze or polished black chrome, has a hidden light source. www.deringhall.com; 3. A new interpretation of an American classic, the Thomas O’Brien Gallery Trestle dining table is crafted from oak solids and veneer. www.centuryfurniture.com; 4. Made of 100-percent European and Brazilian hair on cowhide, this Kyle Bunting Hair Hide Vertigo rug delivers unmatched luxury. www.kylebunting.com; 5. Upholstered in stain-resistant, sueded micro fiber, and trimmed with antique nickel nail-heads and sleek ebony wood, the Bernhardt Remy ottoman exudes simple sophistication. www.bernhardt.com; 6. Striking and elegant, these handmade Los Caballos horse sculptures vary in size (7”-15”), and come in polished or dark bronze. www.hollyhunt.com JULIE JONLICH DESIGN BOOK

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Julie Jonlich Design Book  

Julie Jonlich is a licensed and NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer, who focuses on integrating architecture and interior design. Her philosop...

Julie Jonlich Design Book  

Julie Jonlich is a licensed and NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer, who focuses on integrating architecture and interior design. Her philosop...

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