as an interior designer it’s often necessary to act both as an aesthetic visionary and as a counselor (especially when designing for a couple or family). lonnie unger, co-president of chicago’s susan fredman design group, was recently presented with a designing/counseling situation and was able to successfully merge the design styles of her clients, an antique lover and a minimalist. unger created a neutral color palette which acted as the perfect backdrop for the antique loving homeowner’s collection of asian antiques, while the modern enthusiast received streamlined ebony and limestone details throughout. great job lonnie, you acted as nate berkus and dr. phil!
here's a huge thank you to jamie fields of susan fredman design group for submitting their transformation of a classic urban oasis.