Paint My Life With Color

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 | Category: Color, Decorating

Powder-coated recycled-brass Wharf Light comes in more than 180 colors, $900 to $1,125, at Urban Archaeology, Merchandise Mart, 312-527-4627, urbanarchaeology.com.

The gloomy days of winter might be swiftly approaching, but that certainly doesn’t mean your life has to become drab.  This month’s Chicago Home + Garden offers a variety of color-ific options for to brighten up your home.  I have always been a huge advocate of color in my own designs (…recently just did a special for WGN on how to incorporate color in the home actually).  From lighting to chairs to throw blankets to even a mini grill, there is something for everyone in the following array of brightly hued items.

Descriptions courtesy of Chicago Home + Garden…thanks guys!

Mondrian-ian cashmere throw made in Italy, about 51 by 71 inches, $995, at Barneys New York, 15 E. Oak St., 312-587-1700, barneys.com

Auden sheer drapery fabric, created by Rodarte for Knoll Luxe, features wide bands of soft color inspired by the fashion house’s dip-dyed ombré gowns. From $130 a yard, at Knoll, Merchandise Mart, 312-454-6920, knoll.com


Party-in-a-glass color-swirled blown-glass tumblers are three inches high, $45 each, at Barneys New York.

Bodum’s cheerful Fyrkat portable charcoal grill, 13 ½-inch diameter, enamel-coated steel, $65, at Space519, 900 N. Michigan Ave., 312-751-1519, space519.com

What do Kartell’s Dune trays by Mario Bellini bring to the table? Ripples of vivid color, for one thing. The thermoplastic dazzlers come in two sizes, $83 and $113, at Luminaire, 301 W. Superior St., 312-664-9582, luminaire.com.


Wegner Wishbone chairs now come in four lovely blues and a zippy orange, as well as black, white, and oak finishes. Beech frames, woven-papercord seats, $830 to $930 each, at Room & Board,roomandboard.com


Ligne Roset’s Pumpkin armchair in eight shades of red wool, inspired by the 1971 original designed by Pierre Paulin. Offered in a 150-piece limited edition, $2,100, at Ligne Roset, 440 N. Wells St., 312-222-9300, lignerosetchicago.com

Space-smart foldable stepladder, by Karl Malmvall for Design House Stockholm, comes in red, white, or black lacquered rubberwood, $329, at I.D., 3337 N. Halsted St., 773-755-4343, idchicago.com.

Farmhouse style, de-rusticated: The 95-inch Walker table has a cherry-red lacquered-wood top, powder-coated steel base, $999, at Crate & Barrel, crateandbarrel.com.

Basket-like glazed stoneware fruit bowls by Eucalyptus come in tasty colors, three sizes, from $43, at Les Tableaux, 131 Marion St., Oak Park, 708-524-8200, les-tableaux.net.

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1 Comments to 'Paint My Life With Color'

Decor Girl 26 Oct 10 at 4:49 pm

Love, love, LOVE Urban Archeology. Hmmm, how to decide on just one of those fixtures! Their whole showroom is pretty yummy though.

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