In the master bedroom, a Holly Hunt bed featuring an upholstered headboard is covered in bedding made with fabrics by Castel, de Le Cuona and Sandra Jordan. The alpaca-hide rug from Watson Smith and a bench re-covered in shearling from Keleen Leathers continue the mix of textures. Lindsey Adelman Studio pendants brighten side tables from BDDW.
A light fixture from The Urban Electric Co. brightens the master bathroom, where Lea Ceramiche shower tiles join flooring from Stone Source. Custom walnut cabinetry by the architects pairs with Kohler sinks and faucets, all from Studio41. The tub is by Victoria + Albert, and the custom mirror includes Robern medicine cabinets.
To make the most of a compressed floor plan on the new third-floor addition, Toukoumidis and Hagerty eschewed drywall in favor of a thin piece of frosted glass by Illinois Glassworks, which is illuminated with concealed LED lights from Luminii. Artwork by Banksy resides down the hall.
Toukoumidis and Hagerty collaborated with Studio Dunn in Rumford, Rhode Island, to design the contemporary light fixture that illuminates the center atrium. A new three-story aluminum-window system by C.R. Laurence Co. creates a modern aesthetic. The staircase, conceived by the architects, was fabricated by Dynamic Iron.
Down the hall from the master bedroom, the sitting room includes a Berman/Rosetti sofa from Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman covered in Theo leather from Dessin Fournir and Rosemary Hallgarten alpaca boucle from Holland & Sherry. A Roll & Hill chandelier hangs above a trunk cloaked in Kyle Bunting hair-on-hide from David Sutherland.
To play up the architecture in the dining room, Hickman placed Caste side chairs from Holly Hunt next to a live-edge wood table from Casa Spazio with a metal base and a custom bench dressed in Castel fabric. The fixture is by Kevin Reilly. A leather-padded wall and walnut-ceiling panels create an interplay of cool and warm influences.
A Lindsey Adelman Studio chandelier adds a beautiful focal point in the spacious kitchen, which includes custom walnut cabinetry conceived by the architects, white-quartz countertops from Stone Source and appliances from Abt. Wood-and-leather stools from BDDW in New York coordinate with Dornbracht faucets from Studio41.
Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing paint frames the living room’s built-in bar, which features custom walnut cabinetry designed by Toukoumidis and project architect Tom Hagerty and built by Stay-Straight Manufacturing. The countertop is from Stone Source, and the mirror was fabricated by Illinois Glassworks. Wood flooring is by Hank’s Floor Service.
Interior designer Tracy Hickman conceived the custom sheer drape, featuring Classic Cloth material from Dessin Fournir and fabricated by Baird’s Drapery Services, to bring privacy and softness to the three-story window in the home’s center atrium. The new triangular-shaped skylight is from Imperial Glass Structures.
The third-floor addition of this Chicago home, clad with custom charcoal-metal panels from Heritage Sheet Metal, was set back several feet by architect Kevin Toukoumidis. Portella Steel Doors & Windows fabricated the custom front door. Front landscaping designed by landscape architect Mimi McKay was installed by The Garden Consultants.
In the living room, a wool-and-cashmere sofa mingles with a pair of iron coffee tables featuring concrete tops. Despite the room’s relatively narrow dimensions, a second distinct seating area consists of a pair of club chairs next to the fireplace. “The raised hearth creates a natural spot where you can set down a drink and curl up with a book,” interior designer Tracy Hickman says.
In the living room, a sofa designed by Hickman and fabricated by Anees Upholstery is swathed in Glant fabric. Coffee tables from Bradley, a Holly Hunt armchair covered in Pollack fabric from Donghia and a wingback chair from Coup D’Etat in San Francisco grace a carpet from Holland & Sherry. The large artwork by Retna is from Guy Hepner in New York.