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The perfect decor for a plant lover.
Live large in South Loop.
It’s a little scary.
It’s truly stunning.
Check out these gorgeous Chicago homes.
It’s just around the corner.
Rent or buy in one of these luxury towers.
Don’t buy the gift card!
Spacious luxury in Lake View.
Bring a whole new feel to your space.
Oh-so-chic Christmas tree.
Since you’re spending so much on others, here’s something merry and free to do!
The holidays don’t have to cramp your minimalist style.
Hogwarts is our home.
We have some ideas for beating those “dark by 4:30” winter blues.
This is the big picture… and after 10 years in business, it keeps getting bigger!
This one’s for the people with eight Pinterest boards dedicated to dream rooms in a dream house: we see you. We get it.
Snowfall. Thundersnow. Sleet. Snowpocalypse. You’ve heard it all, and you know Chicago gets more than chilly in the winter. When you’re outdoors, the best thing you can do is bundle up. But your home needs to be prepared for this weather, too! There’s plenty of ways to do just that.
You’re looking to buy. You’re looking to sell. Whichever end of the real estate market you’re on, you’ll likely notice the renovated, updated, and staged homes in your neighborhood sell quickly, and the ones with nineties countertops and cabinets… take a bit longer. Should you find renovations a necessity, Broker Matt Engle of Fulton Grace shares his best advice for updating your home.
Glass figure collector, crazy cat person, or lover of bold, bright colored walls? Whatever your taste is, there’s likely a way to spruce up your home, or its decor, to make it more buyer friendly.
Do you love your brightly colored or expressively patterned accent walls? Maybe you’re a sucker for throw pillows with 20 in your sitting room alone. Your home decor speaks volumes to visitors, and we’ll explain how.
Do you always intend to clean up your balcony (or patio) and finally enjoy a cup of coffee during the early mornings of summer, but just haven’t gotten around to it yet? You’re not alone. Spotted around the city are unused patios with leaves left over from last autumn and a bit of grime from winter, and we’re here to help you make your outdoor space more cozy.