Tomatoes, Passion Flowers, Kumquats and More: It’s Spring Year-Round at this Tudor Home with a Bespoke Victorian Greenhouse

Every summer at a stately Tudor Revival home in Madison, Wisconsin, the house manager created magnificent gardens and container arrangements that filled the property with color, scent and flavor.    Every winter his work succumbed to the fierce cold, and he started over again in the spring.   After a few such cycles, the homeowner […]

5 Trendsetting Sustainable Furniture Pieces From Roche Bobois, Sabai and More

Over the past few years, sustainable design has gone from “nice-to-have” to “must-have,” according to many interior designers. These five furniture and lighting pieces reflect how things are changing for the better, from recycled fabrics and responsibly sourced wood to 3D printing that removes the need for overseas shipping and resale programs that keep furniture […]

An Adventurous Designer Breathed New Life into a Greystone Row House in Old Town

For years, Robbie and Lindsay Everest admired the late-19th-century greystone townhomes with original stained-glass windows across the street from their condo in Chicago’s Old Town Triangle. In addition to their curb appeal, the historic dwellings shared a beautifully landscaped, gated alley—no cars allowed—where children played, and adults broke bread at communal tables.    “It’s a […]