March 14, 2018: PowerHouse SMART Member
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To see more photos of this award winning project, click here.
September 19, 2013: ASID Illinois Design Excellence Awards
The 10th annual Celebration of Design was held at the Stock Exchange Trading Room at the Art Institute of Chicago. A Home Bar/Entertaining Area took First Place in the
“Design by a Small Firm” category.
To see more photos of this award winning project, click here.
April 2013: Today’s Chicago Woman
Countless color choices, innovative textures and versatile sizes, shapes and finishes make tile the go-to material for standout interiors in 2013. Interior designers are utilizing materials like porcelain, glass and copper to make bold statements with tile – rather than paint, faux finishes, area rugs and wallpaper – to create stunning focal points and even original artwork in every room of the home…
November 09, 2012: Secrets from model home design pros
Above all, be patient in your new space, Joseph said. Great design doesn’t happen overnight.
“Take it room by room and area by area,” she said. “Having the energy and budget to create a turnkey home when you first arrive is nearly impossible. Let the process evolve.”
If you can’t stand the chaos that often follows a move into a new home, dedicate one room to make “perfect” and savor that space, said Norma Sabesin Zeiger, owner of Chicago’s Entwine Interiors. For Sabesin Zeiger, that space is her living room.
“No one ever goes in there except my husband and me,” she said. “We like to read in the living room.”
Take solace, too, in the fact that some models are almost “too perfect” and consider relaxing your standards a bit. “Model homes do look perfect but no one can live that way,” Sabesin Zeiger said.
September 29, 2011: Design Excellence Awards
At this year’s ASID Illinois Design Excellence Awards Celebration, Entwine Interiors won an honorable mention in the “kitchen under 200 sq. ft.” category. To see more views of this winning renovation, go to http://www.entwineinteriors.com/projects.aspx?Project=Kitchen+Renovation+Transforms+A+High+Rise+Apartment.
September 24, 2011: HGTV’s Great Rooms
HGTV’s Great Rooms is a new show hosted by “Design Star” winner Meg Caswell. In each episode an outdated kitchen and family room is transformed into a “great room.” Entwine Interiors was hired as a Design Consultant on the “Global Oasis Great Room” episode filmed in Chicago. To see the entire episode click on the link below.
Fall 2011: “Small Room Decorating” magazine
A master bathroom renovation is featured on page 9 of this national magazine. The magazine focuses on “living large in small spaces.”
August 2010: HGTV’s “Bang for your Buck”
Two Entwine Interiors’ kitchen renovations are featured on HGTV’s show “Bang for Your Buck.” This show compares 3 renovations in the same city to see which one would get the most return for the investment.
September 2010: ASID Design Excellence Awards
The ASID Illinois Chapter and i4 design Magazine sponsor the ASID Design Excellence Awards. Illinois designers are invited to submit their work in a number of categories. At this year’s “Celebration of Design” event, Entwine Interiors won an Honorable Mention in the Bathroom category.
January 2009: HGTV’s “Bang for your Buck”
An Entwine Interiors bathroom renovation is featured on HGTV’s new show “Bang for Your Buck.” This show compares 3 renovations in the same city to see which one would get the most return for the investment.
October 2009: Home Decor
Home Décor, published by Sunset Books
The editors from Sunset Books chose an Entwine Interiors kitchen and living room (bottom left) to feature in its new book, Home Décor. This book is a room by room guide for creating a beautiful home that fits your style and budget.
December 2008: PureContemporary.com
Home Makeover Small space big design
Zen, derived from the Sanskrit Dhyana, means meditation. So how does one reach an ultimate Zen state? By completely gutting their kitchen, of course!
Pure Contemporary editor Allison Jaworski chatted up Norma S. Zeiger of Entwine Interiors and learned that there’s a lot more to small spaces than meets the eye.
Click below to read the full article.
December 2008: Chicago Home Improvement
Zen Botanical Kitchen
Functional and fun – These were the two design requests made by the family of four looking to remodel the kitchen in their Chicago home. The goal was a kitchen with as much storage as possible, a “Zen botanical” design theme and improved lighting and seating.
December 2008: Chicago Home + Garden Magazine
The Ultimate Guide to Chicago Area Design Professionals
The professionals and businesses listed here are chosen by the editors of Chicago Home + Garden. We gather leads from trade magazines, from other professionals in the field, and via word of mouth. Listings are independently reported by Chicago Home + Garden writers; they are not related to advertising.
November 9, 2008: Daily Herald Newspaper
Pick up some design tips from the pros
Who: Norma Zeiger of Entwine Interiors of Chicago
What: Galley kitchen measuring 8-by 17 1/2 feet redesigned to work for a family of four.
Feature: Two appliances help the room gain space: The refrigerator’s French doors do not stick out as far as one wide one would, and the range has a small warming drawer/over instead of a second oven.
Tip: Tuck storage everywhere – cabinets under the table, a pantry next to a window and another in an adjacent hallway. And extend a countertop over a portion of the table that no diner would use anyway.
Fall 2008: i4 Design Magazine
ASID Design Excellence Awards 2008
This year marks the Fifth Annual Celebration of Design hosted by the ASID Illinois Chapter and i4 design Magazine. The ASID Design Excellence Awards provides a venue for Illinois’ Designers to enter their best work. Entwine Interiors won First Place in 2 categories: Bathroom and Kitchen under 200 square feet.