The award-winning residential interior designers Fredman Design Group have been transforming spaces for almost 40 years in Chicago and beyond.
More than 15 award-winning designers make frequent travels around the USA with the goal of reaching an unique combination of artistic and creative inspiration to later transpose to their work.
Since single rooms to large-scale residential and commercial design projects, the whole team believe in design as a collaborative process with their mind focused in the creation of luxurious and livable spaces.
Today we present you one of their most recent works, The Blackhawk Project.
The structural fireplace, light fixtures and staircase elements are juxtaposed with the airy, transluscent window treatments and the plush silk rug.
Moving into the lower level then with this softened natural light was key, so the knotty pine walls, low-hanging ceilings and vinyl flooring were updated with a raised ceiling, natural stone finishes and reclaimed wood detailing.
Along this level we can discover a softened natural light, knotty pine walls, low-hanging ceilings and vinyl flooring updated with a raised ceiling, natural stone finishes and reclaimed wood detailing.
Since the family has two teenagers, the homeowners desired a space for entertaining, a stone-clad bar and rounded seating area apart from the movie-watching room next to it but not totally isolated.
The homeowner wanted to have light and color sensitivity in his home. Bearing that in mind, the designer created an open area in the lower-level to allow light entries. This feature combined with the preservation of the historically Keck and Keck architectural elements were the main challenges to the designer and which were surpassed brilliantly.
The gallery space needed to showcase the homeowners’ gallery art collection, while also being ethereal and warm, so the designer gave the walls a sunny yellow update, handpainted in a marble effect.