INSIDE JOB – MICHIGAN AVENUE MAGAZINE

INSIDE JOB – MICHIGAN AVENUE MAGAZINE

From Michigan Avenue magazine: As principal of high-end residential interior design firm Centaur Interiors, Michael Miller is an expert at balancing the old with the new—and that includes his own recently renovated South Loop home, where he deftly pairs thousand-year-old volcano lava rocks with contemporary art. True, juxtaposing the ancient with the modern is nothing new in the design world. In the 43-year-old’s hands, however,…

Oprah's Old Condo Goes Modern – Chicago magazine

Oprah’s Old Condo Goes Modern – Chicago magazine

From Chicago magazine: The 3,380-square-foot, three-bedroom condo provides a local respite. The kitchen hits both notes, with Old World–inspired molding and a sleek induction cooktop, which is “literally flush into the counter,” says Centaur Interiors’ design director, Jennifer Aubry. “It becomes counter surface you can set things on.”

A piece of Oprah's old Water Tower condo has sold – Crain's Chicago Business

A piece of Oprah’s old Water Tower condo has sold – Crain’s Chicago Business

By Dennis Rodkin, from Crain’s Chicago Business: “The high-end rehabbers who bought Oprah Winfrey’s vast home in the Water Tower condos last year have finished and sold one chunk of the space without putting it on the open market. They plan to put a second piece up for sale in December. The three-bedroom, 56th-floor piece sold for more than $3.56 million Nov. 1, according to Debra…

CENTER STAGE – MODERN LUXURY INTERIORS

CENTER STAGE – MODERN LUXURY INTERIORS

From Modern Luxury Interiors: Front-runners for the heart and soul of your home, kitchens and bathrooms are where the majority of time and renovation dollars are spent. Here, the best new products, useful advice and style inspiration to help you make the most of both.

CHICAGO'S COOLEST OFFICES – CRAIN'S CHICAGO BUSINESS

CHICAGO’S COOLEST OFFICES – CRAIN’S CHICAGO BUSINESS

From Crain’s Chicago Business: 2016 brought us plenty of office design trends to love: residential elements such as Oriental rugs; leasing programs that bring in rotating collections of high-end art; and a move toward softer color palettes with accents of blush and gold. But while design trends change year to year, some values always ring true: attractiveness, originality and functionality. Our guest judges kept those…