weekly post its- my favorite house tour

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This week I am going to devote the entire Post It to the Lincoln Park home images from Summer of Summer Thornton Design via Apartment Therapy. I found this slide show months ago, and it remains my absolute favorite. Check out photos below to see why I adore Summer’s space so much.

And the best part is her place is only 700 square feet!





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  1. Kaitlyn

    What a lovely apartment! I especially love the choices of wallpaper and the use of it in the closet! I hope my new place will look anywhere near as chic as this!

  2. Blair

    Oh, I just adore this space–everything about it (the wallpaper, the colors, the pillows). Have a great weekend Jess.

  3. tristan

    Hello lovely! Got a mention on Daily Candy today on the bright side project and thought you might like to know you had a TON of traffic to your post take a looksy. I need you to please choose your winner for your giveaway Sunday evening:) Sorry to leave this here the inbox has 1765 emails today! I would never be able to find your email-233 comments for you!!! Congrats!

    xx,

    Miss B.

  4. PS~Erin

    How awesome is that sitting/window nook? I love that.

  5. The Sexy Pedestrian

    The green/blue floral curtains are such a find, gorgeous!

  6. pve design

    Nah, 700 ft. – how is that possible, it feels absolutely much larger.
    I love the pattern, the color and that nook is oh so fab.
    pve

  7. Kotori

    That window seat is amazing. What a great house. And 700 square feet? Wow.

  8. anonymously chic

    love the mustard yellow accents- one of my favorite colors:)

  9. Jess Constable

    @ all: I know! It is so hard to believe this incredible space is actually so small. I am adoring the fabric and mustard color myself. The mustard somehow reads bright and cheery without losing sophistication. I am a big lover of neutral wall and furniture covers with pops of color and Summer does this flawlessly. The color range is bright but not overwhelmingly bold.

  10. Amanda

    A) I would die to live in Chicago and B) I would die again to live in a place like that! The windows are amazing! Those curtains that are bright actually look something like ones I’ve seen at Urban Outfitters… they are pretty darn close (and probably a lot more expensive!).

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