Devon Grace Interiors in collaboration with builder MG Custom have renovated this cool bachelor pad located in the West Loop neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Located on the seventh floor of a century-old former textile factory, this modern loft features soaring ceilings, an abundance of natural light, and industrial character.
The owner was a transplant from Texas who moved into the dated condo for two years before commissioning the designer to take the home down to the studs. Taking 18 months to complete, this newly renovated home had a specific vision in which every square inch needed to be completely customized in detail to reflect the occupant’s personality.
Material selections were key in making this home aesthetically spectacular. In the kitchen, the copper piping and concrete columns were left exposed. Custom cabinets of wire-brushed white oak contrast beautifully with the white marble countertops. The range hood is composed of a patinated “living finish” (uncoated) brass that needs to be waxed routinely to preserve its appearance.
What We Love: This cool bachelor pad was successful in completing the owner’s vision of a place to relax and unwind with a posh hotel room vibe. The use of rich wood throughout this home brings warmth into the otherwise modern interiors. This unique space has a lot of history that the project team was able to honor while creating a visually striking, well-appointed home that can be enjoyed for years to come.
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Above: In this open layout kitchen and dining area, modern fixtures include cable lighting by Tech Lighting over the island and a Sonneman chandelier over the dining table — both sourced from Lightology. The dining table is by OLIVYA STONE, while the chairs are from the Modloft Miami Showroom.
Above: An integrated bar in the dining area features a polished porcelain backsplash that perfectly compliments the oak cabinets, open shelving, and built-in wine chiller.
Above: This spectacular home bar features white Carrara marble countertops sourced from Euro Marble Supply. The backsplash is a porcelain tile from Artistic Tile.
Above: Highlights of this luminous living room include ebony leather chairs from Four Hands, a felt upholstered sectional by Rove Concepts, and a striking Calacatta marble cocktail table by BeckerWorks Ltd.
Above: In the main bedroom, an accent wall behind the headboard is handcrafted in slatted oak that is stained in a rich hue. The overall vibe in this space exudes a posh hotel aesthetic.
Above: In the main bedroom, a hot-rolled steel fireplace provides warmth and ambiance. Next to the fireplace is a dresser from Four Hands.
Above: The main bathroom offers a luxe feel with the walls clad in white marble and accented by porcelain tile and oak cabinetry for warmth. In the shower, you will find fluted marble accent tiles.
Above: An upstairs loft includes a green velvet sofa from CB2, adding a pop of color to this space. A media/bar area features marble countertops along with an antique mirror splashback sourced from Mosaicos Tile.
Above: The upstairs loft is illuminated by a Visual Comfort chandelier. A black leather swivel chair is by Four Hands, while the metal and concrete side table is by Lyon Benton and sourced from Lightology. An accent pillow on a bench in the corner of the room is called Bryar Wolf, sourced from Burke Decor.
PHOTOGRAPHER Dustin Halleck
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