Participating in a designer Showhouse is always a special experience, but Adler on The Park was unique in both style and inspiration. The architecture and history associated with David Adler, his Chicago ties, and his love and appreciation for art and music allowed our team to get truly creative with the space.
It was inspiring to work together, and alongside, so many talented Chicago designers. The experience was uplifting and educational for all of us, and we are so happy to have been able to share it with you.
Our Design Team used the space to visually tell a story of a young, talented musician. We filled her music room with personal elements, combining art, music, texture and color in a way that fully expressed the personality of our fictional client.
Many of the special pieces you discovered within the walls of the music room are now available for purchase.
Here are a few of our favorite pieces that are now available through our showroom in Barrington, IL.
Shop the look online, or read more about this curated collection below.
Antique Gilded Mirror
A French inspired wood framed mirror gilded in a silver and champagne finish, with silver and amber tones in the mirror patina. Beautiful as a stand alone piece on the wall or layered, as seen below, with other pieces.
A beautifully designed statement piece for any room, the claret daybed is upholstered with a dapple like velvet that is soft to the touch with a subtle sheen and practical stain repellent finish detailed with a delicate trim.
Any music lover will cherish this antique Music Stand from the central region of Italy. The stand dates from the 18th century and was originally used as a conductor’s stand. Ideal for a unique, but personal, addition to the home.
This retro-glam fixture features a geometric array of clear and slightly smoked Firenze crystal with a polished chrome finish.
This 8'x10' rug features a bright floral pattern and is 100% silk.
This delightful ottoman is upholstered in blush colored velvet with center cut/pie shaped Cowan and Tout embroidered fabric on the seat and finished around the “waistline” with a Cowan and Tout lantern fringe.
In addition to the items showcased above, the Music Room also included a large selection of carefully chosen home accessories, lighting fixtures, coffee table books and art.