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Meticulous and miniature: The Thorne Rooms of the Art Institute

Tiny Homes may be all the rage today but the microscopic construction of the Thorne Rooms, takes small to a whole new level

A bigger home in Bronzeville for a former West Loop couple

While many are moving into Chicago’s rapidly developing West Loop neighborhood, long-time residents Chad and Kristen saw the boom as a chance to trade in their old loft and buy the single-family home that they had always wanted.

A look into an eccentric and colorful artist community

After many coats of paint and a few roommates later, Eli’s self-described artist commune is a fun and colorful space with an inviting, in not eccentric, atmosphere and a constantly changing collection of young creatives.

An eclectic and sunny artist’s abode in Logan Square

Both artists, Sara and Anne's eclectic style and self-declared love of plants is evident in the warm and sunny space they have created for themselves and their two cats, Bill and Louis.

A Beaux Arts condo in Lakeview gets a contemporary touch

Cool colors and unique pieces complement the original plaster molding and spacious layout and several chandeliers give the apartment the glamorous feel this homeowner sought to create.

A Spacious Andersonville Apartment for Studying and Relaxing

This vintage two-flat provides both the space and the quiet needed for Chris and Dondee, both part-time students with full-time jobs, to study and relax after a hard day’s work.

A Unit in Chicago’s First Transit-Oriented Development

The building at 1611 W Division, the first of many Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs) built within the last few years, fulfilled all of the requirements Catrina was looking for in a fresh start in the city’s East Village neighborhood.

A Couple Brings Light to a Former Lincoln Park Foreclosure

Since Nick and Lucas purchased their condo, they’ve transformed the two-bedroom duplex from a vacant property into a bright and welcoming home perfect for entertaining friends and family.

An Uptown Couple Keep a Co-op in the Family

One year and a few coats of paint later, the first-time homeowners are finally feeling settled in and ready to enjoy a Chicago summer overlooking the lake.

A Glam Fulton River District Apartment for a High-Rise Kind of Girl

Eve had planned everything out when she moved into this two bedroom, two bathroom in the Fulton River District. A self-described high-rise girl, her 15th floor unit in the Echelon at K Station has everything she was looking for in an apartment.