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Early to Bed's Searah Deysach and Dawne Moon open their home to showcase an unexpected assortment of obsessions.
COOKING THE BOOKS John Derian may have cornered the decoupage decor market, but it’s the folks at West Town restaurant Ruxbin (851 N Ashland Ave, 312-624-8509, ruxbinchicago.com) who have the ceiling covered. Literally.
How to add a printed image to a table top
Photo: Diana Durkes Found Wood table in an alley in Bowmanville, 9am on April 20
29 toilet-paper-roll holders
ON A ROLL Needing a spare square of toilet paper is never a problem in the first-floor men’s restroom at Architectural Artifacts (4325 N Ravenswood Ave, 773-348-0622): A couple of walls in the single-stall bathroom are covered with 29 toilet-paper-roll holders
West Side story
Architectural artifacts, thrift-store finds and art dress up a once-dilapidated space.
Better with age
From the clothing in her eBay store to the decor in her Ukie Village home, Nicole Hughes is all about midcentury style.
How to create budget-friendly art for your wall
Photo: Diana Durkes Found French Drawing of the 19th Century book at Brown Elephant in Andersonville, 11am on April 2.
Spring 2010 items for your home
New York–based artist Claudia Pearson is celebrating spring with this bright tea towel, illustrating a few of the season’s best fruits and veggies. Catch a little spring fever and hang it in your kitchen. $14 at etsy.com/shop/claudiagpearson.
Starting your first garden
Study up and get inspired to start your first garden.
How to refurbish an ottoman
Photo: Diana Durkes Found Vinyl and wood ottoman, a sheet of vinyl packing material and heavy-duty Bubble Wrap in a Dumpster on the North Side, 7pm on March 30.