George Lowell at home

George Arduser, who owns the terrific Andersonville home boutique George Lowell, has had a busy couple weeks. The interior designer talked about his Re-Mastered American style on NBC Chicago’s Open House TV program last week (click here to watch), and my Time Out Chicago story about his Andersonville apartment just hit newsstands (issue 300, Nov 25 – Dec 1). George’s new bright and airy space is a far cry from the small, early 20th century Marquette Park bungalow that I wrote about for Chicago Home + Garden last year, and if anything, his eclectic style and signature dramatic flourishes work even better in the new space. For full story + photos, please pick up a copy of Time Out Chicago or click here to read it online.

George Lowell. 5123 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL. 773.754.8106

George often moves pieces between his home and nearby shop. For example, I snapped this photo at his apartment a couple months ago, and I noticed the contemporary art piece pictured is now for sale at George Lowell.

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2 Responses to “George Lowell at home”

  1. Robert Stordalen 26. Nov, 2010 at 10:07 am

    WOW really nice!

  2. Decorator Dave 29. Nov, 2010 at 12:40 pm

    Yes, I like it. It made me take a peek at the article on the Andersonville place and I was very impressed. He certainly has the art of arangement mastered down to a t….I need him to come and work on something striking with my piles of crap. No one needs to have three antique French urinals and a clavichord in the living room like I currently have. Something tells me that I need a friend to stage an intervention. Years ago, when I first poked into his shop and met him…I was quite smitten. Cute fellow, good sense of style, sweet personality. Then I read the article about his place and a significant other…life is full of let downs. The extra fellow is no longer mentioned…does that mean George is on the market again?