Location: Chicago, IL
Nestled down on Randolph Street in Chicago's foodie haven, Grange Hall can be identified by the beautiful white wood barn doors that were recently unveiled.
With a farmhouse feel, most of the space was completed by family and staff, giving it a dose of homemade character. I love the larger tables and the many uses of wood infused into the space. The woven wood wall adds depth and texture and provides a wonderful backdrop for the modern cow art that rests on top. I also love the wallpaper and patterned squares that add a nice hit of color to the space. Ultimately, Grange Hall feels comfortable, familiar yet not completely rustic. They have achieved a great balance in the interior, I can only image that would continue with the food.
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