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Located in the heart of Chicago’s River North Design District, Hydrology is the premier destination for timeless, state-of-the-art bath and home designs in Chicago. The 6,000 square-foot design sanctuary serves as a gallery for the company’s distinct, curated collection of … Continue reading
Elissa Scrafano, principal and founder of Scrafano Architects, has been practicing architecture for more than 22 years and is a registered architect in California, Illinois, and Michigan. She knew by 16 that she wanted to be an architect and never … Continue reading
The River North Design District held their first event for consumers- A Treasure Hunt on Friday October 18th and Saturday October 19th from 10am-5pm. The collaborative organization is comprised of a bevy of interior design product showrooms located just steps … Continue reading
THE RIVER NORTH DESIGN DISTRICT HOSTS A TREASURE HUNT OCTOBER 18th and 19th You are invited to attend River North Design District’s 1st Annual Treasure Hunt, RSVP on our FACEBOOK page. When: Friday October 18th and Saturday October 19th from 10am-5pm Where: … Continue reading
The renovation of Montauk Sofa, located in the heart of the River North Design District consisted of lightening and brightening the space. The 2500 sqft showroom located in a corner storefront boasts natural light with two full window walls. The … Continue reading
It is our honor to be featured in Chicago’s most prestigious publications. Thank you Today’s Chicago Woman, Interiors Chicago, Crain’s, SunTimes Splash, Editor At Large and Michigan Avenue for supporting the showrooms of the River North Design District.