Chicago Home + Garden, January/February 2011

The Windy City has always embraced  all things design- our design community harbors both established names and welcomes new ones.  So it is only fitting that the January/February issue of Chicago Home + Garden, one of Chicago’s favorite shelter mags, features what to check out in the new year, from Interior Designers to shops and showrooms to hippest trends.

I am so excited to say that my recently opened showroom in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood is featured on the cover. This is such a great thrill, as CH+G has always been one of my staple design publications. Plus, I adore working with everyone on the CH+G team from Jan, the Editor in Chief, to Megan, Adam, Gina, Barri, Elizabeth, Mary Helen and Joanne.

This latest issue is on newsstands now- go grab a copy as you wouldn’t want to miss out. Check it out to see what both Buckingham Interiors + Design as well as other Chicago design establishments and design happenings will be noteworthy in 2011.  It is going to be a stellar year for design here in this town.

And for those of you who are not in the greater Chicago area, you can hop onto Zinio Digital Magazine instead of snagging the hard copy.  The magazine will be live on the Chicago Home + Garden website on January 10.  Stay tuned!

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2 Comments to 'New Year, New Faces, New Spaces!'

Maya 05 Jan 11 at 10:07 pm

Congratulations! So nice to be recognized for all of your hard work! The cover looks amazing!

Caroline 07 Jan 11 at 10:26 am

Wow! This is amazing!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!

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