This dressing room and bathroom were inspired by the Italian Neo-Classicism style originally envisioned by David Adler – the architect of this beautifully designed early 1900’s home.
Our goal for this project was to respect the architectural history and elegance of the home while infusing a modern sense of luxury and femininity into the dressing quarters. Adorned with gilded wall coverings, luxe textiles, Italian marble, and well-curated artwork, lighting and sculpture the space fluidly harmonizes modern luxury with historic culture. The result: a highly livable space that is luxurious enough for the Roman goddess in each of us.
DESIGN HOUSE AND LEARNING CENTER
The Design House and Studio is also home to Randy Heller Design. Created as a destination for clients, students and designers alike to design and learn. The environment was designed with a mix of carefully selected furnishings and object’s of arts that showcase and inspire creativity and design.
The space reflects Randy’s unique, well-calibrated eye and intrinsic love of the unique, coveted and well-designed objects, furnishings, artwork and finishes. The space is carefully curated focusing on quality over quantity with a mix of original 1970’s and 1930’s Milo Baughman and French Tolix chairs with a backdrop of white walls lined with an array of objects d’art. Designed for flexibility, the space can easily transform for each event or occasion whether it is hosting collaborative client meetings, art openings and artist debuts, salon-style discussions or design workshops.
We look forward to collaborating, learning and creating together at the Design House and Studio.
HIGHLAND PARK HAUTE HOME
The crisp, classic elegant detailing and design of this Highland Park home balances a blend of the clients’ both modern and traditional taste. A mix of marble and molding complemented by iconographic modern classics like Philippe Starck's acrylic Ghost chairs. By layering neutrals with translucent materials, the home has a very open, expansive quality while still being warm and welcoming to support the cold North Shore winters.
MISSION HILLS GOLF CLUB RETREAT
This weekend retreat was designed to complement the peaceful and healing environment of the Mission Hills Golf Course. Created with relaxation in mind we focused on complementary neutral tones, natural materials and sleek modern furnishings to allow guests to relax, recharge and rejuvenate in this welcoming home away from home.
Kimballwood Estate fluidly blends luxury and functionality. This beautifully appointed home is well curated with bespoke objects and artwork set against a neutral color palate. The result is a very warm, family-focused estate with a uniquely down-to-earth elegance.
LAKESIDE CHATEAU CHIC
SHOWCASE HOUSE 2015
Global, serene, opulent and uplifting.
This inviting bathroom and en suite elevates global opulence to new heights. Minimal yet rich in quality and detail, this space focuses on a neutral layering of texture and materials complemented by clean geometric lines and exquisitely appointed with African artifacts and a modern cast tub. Jump in… the water is warm… and oh so divine.
Classic elegance was top of mind for this young, vibrant family who wanted a home that is reflective of their traditional, European taste while still feeling inviting and warm.
FORT SHERIDAN HISTORIC RESIDENCE
Originally this living room, dining room and foyer was used as a garage for an eccentric car collector back in the early 1900’s. With a love of art, refinement and family, we renovated this home to highlight the client’s vast collection while still creating a relaxed, warm home that is kid friendly. With a respect for local artisans all fabrics, fixtures and furnishings were locally sourced.
LINCOLN PARK ROW HOME
This modern-day row house exemplifies livable luxury. As the home to an active, blended family of five it was critical to incorporate beloved pieces from each family member that could seamlessly integrate together while still reflecting each person’s individual taste and style. By focusing on a mix of traditional and transitional pieces, the home has a warm, open and cohesive quality that reflects the individuality and connectedness of this new family.