Look at this beautiful home by architect Edward Hill Clark located at 16 Canterbury Court in Wilmette. Built in 1927 and situated on a quiet cul-de-sac this home offers 7 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms and one half bath. Featured is an unusual octagonal foyer leading to main rooms including the formal living room, dining room and library. Many original details have been impeccably maintained such as pegged oak floors, French doors and wood paneling.
The gorgeous estate pictured below, also designed by Clark, was recently on the market in Lake Forest. Isn’t it fabulous?
Edwin Hill Clark is responsible for many historic homes in the North Shore area as well as cities across the country like this Santa Barbara home. This home was designed and built in 1928 for an heir of the Montgomery Ward fortune.
In addition to single family residences, Clark is responsible for public buildings including the Lake Forest Library, Plaza Del Lago, Lincoln Park Zoo, and Brookfield Zoo.
On March 9th, the Lake Forest Preservation Foundation will host a slide presentation and program featuring the work of Edwin Hill Clark. This free presentation will be held at the Lake Forest Library.
This article from Domino shares a great apartment belonging to furniture designer Laura Yaggy. There is so much going on in her space, yet it all works. Just look at all of the interesting knick knacks, so much personality! The color scheme is fresh and the whole space is very bright.
And if you need a new bedside table here are ten ideas to try from Apartment Therapy. Which is your favorite? I am thinking about the desk.
Have a great week!