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Design Harvest on Grand in Chicago

Like I mentioned in yesterday's post, I went to Chicago last weekend and was lucky enough to be in town for the second annual Design Harvest on Grand Street. The festival was in the middle of the street lined with vintage decor shops and designer showrooms. There was food, music, hay bales covered with afghans, the cutest kids and dogs, and of course, a huge tent full of the best handmade design in the Midwest. After leaving Design Harvest, I have a new favorite color...tangerine, which is apparent in most of the photos I took at the festival. To see the rest of the incredible design and decor, click on over to my Flickr set.

Antique oil painting at SG Grand

Orange beverage cart at SG Grand

Buckingham Interiors Showroom

Buckingham Interiors Showroom

Cutest doggie showing me his good eye.

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SG Grand in Chicago

Mark Villalobos Woodworking

Reader Comments (2)

great photos -- looks like such a cool event. i need to get to chicago.

Tuesday, October 4 | Unregistered Commenteranita

I agree with Anita - great shots. Makes me wish I'd been there. That beverage cart in the sunlight - gorgeous!

Wednesday, October 5 | Unregistered CommenterJen

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