Lake Forest Showhouse Kitchen 2020

Was anyone able to catch the 2020 Lake Forest Showhouse? There were 39 designers who designed this stunner to benefit the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago (you can make a donation here If you are interested). My favorite room of the house was the kitchen, by the ABL Group:

And here are a few other rooms from the showhouse that I thought were particularly interesting:

Sun room by M & M Interior Design, photography by Aimee Mazzenga

Dining room cloaked in Iksel wallcovering by Paloma Contreras Interior Design

Dining room lacquered cabinet in peacock blue by Paloma Contreras Interior Design, photography by Aimee Mazzenga

Sun Porch in rattan & cocoa Gracie wallpaper and pillows by Shelley Johnstone Design

Sun porch by Shelley Johnstone Design, photo by Aimee Mazzenga

Powder room by Sarah Vaile Design

Bathroom by Edyta & Co. 

Modern Family room by Soledad Zitzewitz Interiors

Two story potting room by James Thomas Chicago

Potting room by James Thomas Chicago, photography by Werner Straube

Teen girl hangout by Alexandra Kaehler, photography by Aimee Mazzenga

Teen girl hangout by Alexandra Kaehler

You might also be interested in this Traditional Home showhouse (HERE).

New Clearance Items

I’ve told you all before how much I love Frontgate, although not always the prices. These items are all new to clearance and are at least 60% off, which makes them a lot more tempting. Everything I have bought here has been high quality that lasts, and I’m a big fan. They even have some Christmas items in here for 60% off. I especially love the pre lit wreaths and garlands – they are just the best on the market:

 

 

Was anyone able to catch the 2020 Lake Forest Showhouse? There were 39 designers who designed this stunner to benefit the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago (donation here). My favorite room of the house was the kitchen, by the ABL Group:Was anyone able to catch the 2020 Lake Forest Showhouse? There were 39 designers who designed this stunner to benefit the Infant Welfare Society of Chicago (donation here). My favorite room of the house was the kitchen, by the ABL Group: