White Attic

White Attic

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5408 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60640, United States

Inside this Andersonville shop, designed with whitewashed floors and coffered ceilings, owner Terry Ledford showcases hand-selected, refinished vintage furniture dating from the early 1900’s on up. With help from his team, Ledford removes all finishes before painting each piece with a low VOC paint, usually in the store’s signature white, black, or light aqua color. In addition to large furniture pieces, customers also find carefully chosen accessories such as glass art, sun-shaped mirrors, and abstract paintings. At the Lamp bar, patrons can design their own customized lamp by choosing from 17 ceramic bases, 30 colors, and 100 fabric shade options.

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