Good Monday morning to you once again. Today we are heading over to Chicago’s North Shore to have a look at this family residence designed by architect Robert A. M. Stern and his partner Randy Correll. Landscape architect Douglas Hoerr handled the grounds and Victoria Hagan decorated the interiors. Step into this harmonious and classic 16,000-square-foot Georgian Revival-style house.

If you missed my previous post of another residence decorated by Victoria Hagan just click here.





A light-filled vestibule begins the entrance sequence


Subdued colours in the living room. Above the fireplace is an Adolph Gottlieb painting.


The space was given painted wood paneling, scallop-shell display cabinets and mahogany doors.


Love this kitchen with its informal dining table and island seating, lots of storage and prep space.


The brick-paved porch was furnishe with ample wicker seating.


A broad bay window in the master bedroom brings the property’s main attraction, the water, clearly into view.


The mahogany sundeck.


The poolhouse. The exterior detailing repeats elements of the main house. French doors pocket into the walls to give it a cabana-like feel.

Photography by Peter Aaron/Esto

All images and information from Architectural Digest.


 
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