Patrick Murphy Builders in collaboration with Amy Storm & Company were commissioned to create this gorgeous transitional-style house located in Chicago, Illinois. The homeowners are creative and easy-going, wanting a home that is comfortable yet stylish for entertaining.
Inside you will find beautifully detailed living spaces that are bright and airy yet with an abundance of privacy. Earth tones, creative details, and layers of texture all combine to make this home more than beautiful. Continue below to see the rest of this drool-worthy home…
For the front entry, the homeowner’s desired privacy. To address this concern, the designer selected a large single door with frosted glass sidelights, for privacy.
What We Love: This beautiful house in Chicago offers its occupants an exterior facade with amazing curb appeal. The landscape was meticulously designed to complement the fabulous outdoor living spaces. Inside, you will find truly spectacular living spaces with thoughtful attention to detail throughout. We are drooling over the beautifully designed kitchen with its hearth oven, large center island, and prep kitchen to keep messes at bay when entertaining.
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Above: This gourmet kitchen features a hearth oven, used the same way as an outdoor grill — grilling meats, veggies, and more.
Above: The rug is a vintage one of a kind and similar can be found in the interior designer’s online store, Amy Storm & Company Store.
Above: This prep kitchen is functional and fun with plenty of space to store cooking essentials for homeowners who are passionate about cooking.
Above: In the powder bathroom, the 2×4 framed vanity with a level 5 finished Durock clad. A water-resistant plaster was applied over all of it and onto the wall, to create the backsplash, from Holly Hunt Studio. It has the look of concrete without the porous / staining / heavy qualities. The plumbing fixtures are from Kohler.
Above: The wall sconces are from Apparatus Studio.
Above: The walls are covered in a dark green grasscloth wallpaper by Holly Hunt Design. The 18-foot shuffleboard was custom designed.
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