Glen Lusby Interiors Published in Luxe interiors + design Magazine “Design 2017 Gold List Edition”

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Luxe interiors + design Magazine has published, for the second time, our design project on Geneva Lake, in their “Design 2017 National Gold List Edition”.   The article explores a stunning & graceful Geneva Lake Home. The Luxe Magazine National Gold List represents interior designers, architects, builders, and landscape architects who had their projects featured in the “Home Features” editorial section of the Luxe interiors+design Magazine.  This magazine publishes the work of more design professionals than any other magazine of its type!  Participants in this project- ARCHITECTURE: Michael Abraham, INTERIOR DESIGN: Glen Lusby, HOME BUILDER: James E. Scherrer,  LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: Maria Smithburg, Artemisia Landscape Architecture.  

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  Find the photo above on page 236 of the January/February “2017 Luxe interiors+design “2017 Gold List Edition”.

Glen, what was your client looking for in the design of this home?   The owner has had a home on this site for many years, but the family had outgrown it. It was demolished, and this house was built in its place. The client gave us and the architect, Mike Abraham, the task of making this new, larger home feel like it was the next expansion of several phases over the years.  Tell us more about the materials you chose for this project.  We use stone and wood so that it would seem that the sections of the house had been added onto over the years. Rusticated Stone and reclaimed wood – some of it from the original house – helped achieve this result.  We incorporated a composition of granite, quartz, limestone of different types and areas of origin, concrete and even river stone.  The furnishings played a big role. While the goal of the architectural design was to make it appear the house was of vintage age, we wanted the furnishings to reflect more of an up-to-date feeling yet still play homage to the comforts of tradition.  The color palette reflects the exterior materials. There was a concentrated effort made to bring the outside into the interior of the house.   Reclaimed wooden beams and exposed stone walls gave the impression this newly built vacation home on Geneva Lake is centuries old. Interior designer Glen Lusby complemented these architectural materials with a trio of lounge chairs from the deAurora showroom Covered in a Donghia  matelasse, all found at the Design Center in the World Famous Chicago Merchandise Mart.          

Additional Exterior Photos of the Geneva Lake Project

In the main house, reclaimed wood beams, exposed stone walls, fireplaces and wide thresholds separating the hardwood floors give the impression that the home was cobbled together over the years, one addition at each time. The truth, it was built assembly-line style in 3 stages. After the foundation was poured there were multiple trades on site at all times, moving from left to right.   The owners tap Chicago-based designer Glen Lusby, of Glen Lusby Interiors, to serve as the unofficial liaison on between the various craftspeople.” We’ve been working with Glen for years and years, he’s a gifted gentleman,” the client explains. Inspired by the view, Glen blanketed the interiors in a pallet of ivories and gray-blues, which repeats throughout the house.   “The major theme is comfort and softness,”Lusby explains.” There’s nothing stark about this house, and no hard edges.”

Additional Interior Photos, Geneva Lake Project

Additional Interior & Exterior Coach House, Geneva Lake Project

Coach House

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Glen Lusby is a “Designer on Call” at the World-famous Chicago Merchandise Mart and we invite you to shop on 4  floors of Trade Only Showrooms in the Mart Design Center. The Design Center is the worlds largest resource for custom home furnishings and interior design.  Would you like to know more? Call Glen Lusby Interiors and schedule your complementary “Designer on Call” Design Center consultation now at: 773-761-6950.  Explore with Glen Lusby Interiors, at The World-Famous Chicago Merchandise Mart Design Center, and Design Centers in New York, Florida, Las Vegas Nevada, California and Furniture and Accessory sources in Europe.

We would like to be your trusted consultant. It is for that reason we work closely with you to achieve your desires. In that way it is ensured we will take all facets of your project into consideration; creating solutions that are tailored to fit your needs.  Our special services include, upon request, drawings of detailed furnishing plans, showing concepts individually tailored to your project and the financial parameters.  

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