Tours of Gorgeous Chicago Homes

BY: | 7.2.2014 |

Tours of Gorgeous Chicago HomesPeek inside the homes of some of Chicago's most creative citizens, from an English teacher with an eBay habit to the chefs behind Honey Butter Fried Chicken.

How the Owner of Bang Bang Pie Shop Fills His Home with Vintage Finds | Emily Donelan

A mix of heirlooms, hand-me-downs, and alley finds decorates the Logan Square space Michael Ciapciak shares with his wife and two young sons.

Inside the Photogenic Home of Two Pro Photographers | Emily Donelan

Trying to deal with living where you work? Take a cue from Stevi and Matt Savage, who designed their Lakeview home with flexibility in mind.

This Kids’ Musician’s Home Is as Cheery as Her Songs | Emily Donelan

Little Miss Ann is one of Chicago’s top “kindie”  rock musicians. Learn how a simple act of decorating kindness inspired her after a hospital stay.

How a High-School English Teacher Assembled One of Chicago's Coolest Modern Furniture Collections | Emily Donelan

Nick Roux has a knack for finding Eames lounge chairs for cheap. Tour his striking Lincoln Square apartment and find out how he does it.

Confirmed: There Are About One Million Cookbooks In These Chefs’ Homes | Emily Donelan

Joshua Kulp and Christine Cikowski’s Sunday Dinner Club feels like a party at a friend’s house. So we wondered: what are their actual homes like?

This Renowned Hairstylist’s Home Proves Minimalism Isn’t Everything | Emily Donelan

When she’s not cutting super-blogger Tavi Gevinson's hair, this stylist retreats to a one-bedroom apartment full of much-loved possessions.

At Home with Son of Søren Designer Suzie Sorenson and Artist Russ White | Emily Donelan

A creative couple shows us the Humboldt Park home where they design flannel dopp kits and draw private parts on airplanes.

In the Studio with DesignScout | Amanda Nyren

From Metropolis Coffee to Kanye West, Scout Driscoll has designed for some of Chicago's most iconic brands. Tour her Ravenswood studio.

At Home With Restaurant Designer Nicole Montgomery | Amanda Nyren

The Drinkingbird designer takes us on a tour of her Peterson Woods home—three chickens, hot-pepper jelly, and a blowtorch await.