Chicago Townhouse With Art Deco Appeal
Known for its bold geometric shapes, smooth curves and high-gloss finishes, art deco architecture flourished internationally during the 1930s and '40s. This glam style can mostly be found in office buildings, hotels and theaters, which is why we were stoked to find a single-family home in Chicago with art deco influences.
Chicago Townhouse with Art Deco AppealView All 14 Photos
Built in 1924, the home is situated on two lots on one of East Lincoln Park's most idyllic streets. According to the listing, its classic details stand side by side with state-of-the-art features and appliances.
The home's master bath boasts the strongest art deco vibe, with its
glossy, green tiled walls and curving copper sinks. Other delightful
deco details can be spotted in the living room (the sleek metal
fireplace surround) and the dining room (the geometric lines of the
built-in shelving). But our favorite space in the house has to be the
sun-filled conservatory, where floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of
the lush, private backyard.
Listed By: Debra Dobbs of Koenig & Strey Real Living