Interior Design Services – Art, Antiques and Accessories Selection

Hilary has overseen the selection and purchasing of a large number of corporate and residential art collections. Be it starting from scratch or using a clients’ existing pieces, she recommends new works to complement the whole group of pieces or create something new and spectacular. Hilary has worked with many artists and galleries for clients with varying budgets. Anything is possible with a little know-how and Hilary has the knack and keen eye.

Incorporating a minimal piece of sculpture, a wall full of paintings or just a vase of beautiful flowers adds heart, life and history – the final touch in achieving an environment with character and depth. Let Hilary guide you in your art, antiques and accessories endeavors.

 

Shah Residence - Lincoln Park

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Arlington Heights Residence

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Art by Matthew Metzger, ‘Performance Corridor’ 2010, Tony Wight Gallery.

Art by Matthew Metzger, ‘Performance Corridor’ 2010, Tony Wight Gallery.

Art by Brenda Barnum, ‘Marshmallow Blonde’ 2010.

Art by Brenda Barnum, ‘Marshmallow Blonde’ 2010.

Snakeskin-framed mirror by Edelman Leather.

Snakeskin-framed mirror by Edelman Leather.

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Art by Wesley Kimler.

Art by Wesley Kimler.


River Park Townhome

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Art by Roger Brown, ‘See no evil’ 1991. Umbrella stand Lucite sculpture from the 1960s and a Lucite lamp from the 1940s create an interesting entry foyer.

Art by Roger Brown, ‘See no evil’ 1991. Umbrella stand Lucite sculpture from the 1960s and a Lucite lamp from the 1940s create an interesting entry foyer.

Create small vignettes with a mix of antique and modern items.

Create small vignettes with a mix of antique and modern items.

Art by Wesley Kimler.

Art by Wesley Kimler.

A sculpture of a gymnast circa 1940.

A sculpture of a gymnast circa 1940.

A large oil painting on wood in a romantic style similar to Maxfield Parrish circa 1920.

A large oil painting on wood in a romantic style similar to Maxfield Parrish circa 1920.

 

Lincoln Park Residence

A large lacewood and silver leaf custom made mirror reflects the light and architectural elements of this space. - See entire project