A fantastic and inspired luxury condominium with shapes and colors drawn from famous architecture from around Chicago. Jewel colors and heavy textures are evident throughout.
Welcome to our gallery featuring the incredible Millennium Park condominium designed by Mitchell Channon Design.
The award-winning Chicago-based interior design firm believes that a great interior design is a work of art that reflects the entirety of the owner’s being.
Inspired by the incredible architecture of Chicago, Mitchell Channon Design adds unique architecture to each project he works on.
The Millennium Park condo is inspired by two of Chicago’s architectural marvels: the Pritzker Pavillion and the Aqua high-rise, both of which are visible from the lofty windows of either side of the condo.
The design is based in jewel tones including aqua, sapphire, and emerald, with light flooring and walls accented by walnut cabinetry.
Silver accents and silver-leaf walls are a repeating theme throughout the condo, creating an easy flow between each room.
Curved and swirling elements are common place, adding an organic touch to smooth clean lines in the rest of the home.
Texture is also an important part of this design, seen in the luxurious sofa of the living room, the silken wallpaper of the master bedroom, and elsewhere in smaller accent pieces.
Color, light, space, and texture come together to create an impressive feat of design that is as comfortable as it is luxurious.
Study this incredible home closely throughout this gallery, you’re sure to spot an incredible detail that will inspire you to embrace design as art!
We hope you’ll enjoy this lovely home as much as we do!
Upon entering the home, we are greeted by the foyer’s curved floating shelf topped by a set of ornamental candle holders and a colorful work of art. The light wood flooring and pristine white walls allow the colorful accents to take center stage.
As we round the corner, we are presented with a long hallway stretching to either side of the condominium. A curved silver-leaf wall opens up into the small powder room, which features a cone-shaped pedestal sink and matching end table. The geometric wallpaper on one wall really pulls the eye into the room.
Continuing down the hall, we are met with the space opening up into the main living areas of the condo, the kitchen, dining room, living room, and study. The galley kitchen is open and airy, featuring Tiffany Blue in the backsplash and light, rich walnut cabinetry. At the end of the kitchen is a small office area, also in walnut.
On the other side of the walnut kitchen is the open and airy living room, which consists of two separate seating areas, the less formal sectional and a smaller area with two modern armchairs in beige with an alligator-skin patterned metallic coffee table between.
The wall opposite the sectional is in rich charcoal with a lighter flowing, river-like pattern that allows the flat-screen television to blend in with the wall. Of particular notice here is the heavily textured armchair, with a 3-D circular pattern all over.
A view of the secondary seating area nearest the wall of windows that look out on Millennium Park. The bright lights of the city below are intoxicating.
Only a few steps away from the kitchen and living room is the cozy, contemporary dining room, which is separated from the study beyond by a walnut wall that matches the kitchen cabinets. Emerald green dining chairs add a bold splash of color to the design.
Slipping around the corner, we enter the study, which is filled with bright colors and unique furniture. To one side, not pictured, is a built-in desk on the walnut wall shared with the dining room. With expansive windows to the right, this is a perfect area to relax in solitude.
On the other side of the condominium, a Tiffany Blue hallway leads to the more private areas of the home, namely the bedrooms. From the hallway near a curved, modern sconce, we peek into the master bedroom.
The master bedroom features a blue-gray silken wall covering that adds substantial texture to the room, in addition to a fluffy blanket, leather panels on the bed frame, and sheer curtains. A light color pallet is soothing, perfect for a bedroom.
The geometric guest bedroom features a four-post bed, a charcoal ceiling, a bold accent chair in orange, golden accents, and a fantastic view of the Chicago skyline. The room is wallpapered in a geometric pattern, which is incredible.
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