When interior designers land in Chicago, chances are that they immediately make a beeline to Jayson Home & Garden. Opened in 1997 by Jay Goltz and Caroline Scheeler, the eclectic shop is the city’s preeminent design destination, a place to score vintage and antique finds from suzani throws to French sconces to Asian cabinets. The company also produces its own line of upholstered furnishings and case goods, masterfully updating classic shapes for pieces that fit in both traditional and modern settings.
We love the combination of wood and white, because it automatically creates a subtle, rustic-yet-modern aesthetic in any room: it’s a design yin-yang that’ll work well in practically any area of your home.
Imbue your interior design with depth and texture, courtesy of this Chicago home-goods haven's furniture and accents. The tables and seating pieces, many of which are antiques, set the tone beautifully. Top-flight materials like natural horn and mother-of-pearl mark the serving pieces and tableware. And if you're a candle lover, stock up on the richly textured votive holders with antique gold and silver overlays.
In an Italian kitchen, style and function pervade everything, from the cookware to the softer stuff. Here, find essentials and beyond — from espresso makers to bright table linens — that’ll add personally, and even a little passion, to your cucina.
Imbue your interior design with luxe details, courtesy of this Chicago home-goods haven's decorative accessories. Top-flight materials mark this big selection of serving pieces and tableware, with many of the items made of natural horn. If you're a candle lover, stock up on the richly textured votive holders with antique gold and silver overlays.