Mitchell Channon is an award-winning designer specialized in luxury interior design that joins your personality with the character of your home.
The chicago interior designer received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Fine Arts and a Master in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago. This formation in Art and Architecture allow him to create and to give interior design projects an unique perspective.
The interior designer was named by Architectural Digest as a winner of their Kitchen Renovation competition and has won three ASID Design Excellence Awards including this project “Millenium Park”, a residential’s interior design.
Millenium Park, thus designated by the owners, is located next to the magnificent Millenium Park building and has views to the architectural gems of the renowned architect Frank Gehry and to Aqua, a hi-rise by the architect Jeanne Gang.
The wonderful mix of lines and curves of both architecture pieces is now layered into this home’s architecture and furnishings.
The project was released this Spring.
The living room is characterized by an unique sophistication and charm. The color sheme features jewel tones of aqua, emerald and teal seat within a black and white architectural envelope. Inspired by the Frank Gehry Pavillion a curved wall in silver leaf expands the space.
Next to the living room there is the kitchen covered with walnut wood. The metallic ribbons of a ceiling fixture sping light from above.
Centered on the walnut paneling common to the den, the ebony table and emerald leather chairs creates a colorful and cozy dining area in the middle of the space.
The curves in burled wood and the sensuous shape of a Donghia chair create a cozy corner in the living room. The mod black wall covering is a swank extension of the theme that renders the flat screen TV unobtrusive.
A Tiffany box blue glass backsplash in the kitchen reiterates a color found elsewhere in the home. The undulating Logico ceiling fixture adds a fun set of organic shapes. To create a fully integrated appearance, walnut is used on the cabinetry, the refrigerator and other appliances.
Style and comfort define the den. The aqua lamp complements the rug, while the coffee table/magazine stand and the chaise lounge continue the theme of organic curves. The iron table base and floor lamp add a crisp contrast.
Behind the silver leaf wall, a powder room adds surprise and delight. The cone-shaped pedestal sink and table base sit perfectly against a geometric wall-covering.
Aqua walls and a sculptural light fixture frame the restful tones in the master bedroom.
A sumptuous blue/gray silk wall-covering adds texture to the monochromatic color scheme and tailored furnishings of the master bedroom.
A geometric-patterned wall covering and contemporary furnishings deck out a guest room in style. The dark gray in the ceiling and bed covering grounds the room in a deep and restful calm.
A cozy seating group in the living room captures the urban glow of evening, creating a dazzling effect.