Interior Design

Mid-Century Inspiration Interiors

Location
Wilmette, Illinois

The custom front door is a mix of walnut and steel and the area is enhanced by natural maple dowels were incorporated as a divider in this double height foyer that houses an open reading area/library.

Morgante Wilson Architects created an open seating group by using an open bench to break up the Living Room from the Front Room. Lounge chairs from Jesse are upholstered in Romo fabric. A rolling ottoman underneath the coffee table allows for extra seating.

Morgante Wilson Architects brought modern glamour to this Dining Room with a cut crystal chandelier and dining chairs from Minotti.

Morgante Wilson Architects used two different counter top materials in this modern Kitchen. The perimeter counters are sueded quartzite and the island is marble. The cabinetry is mostly walnut with some upper doors made with back painted glass.

Morgante Wilson Architects used two different counter top materials in this modern Kitchen. The perimeter counters are sueded quartzite and the island is marble. The cabinetry is mostly walnut with some upper doors made with back painted glass. The hood is custom designed to add additional lighting at the work surface.

Morgante Wilson Architects created a breakfast nook off the Kitchen with a upholstered banquette covered in Kravet vinyl. The brown leather dining chairs bring in colors from the client's existing rug.

Morgante Wilson Architects used two different counter top materials in this modern Kitchen. The perimeter counters are sueded quartzite and the island is marble. The cabinetry is mostly walnut with some upper doors made with back painted glass.

Morgante Wilson Architects designed a custom wrap around bookcase with storage bench to hug the sectional. Pendants from Tech Lighting help anchor the Family Room.

Morgante Wilson Architects designed a custom wrap around bookcase with storage bench to hug the sectional. Pendants from Tech Lighting help anchor the Family Room.