There's something inherently cool about the rock 'n' roll look, and Suzanne D'Addario has a keen eye for it. The executive director of D'Addario Foundation fused her love for music with a slick and sophisticated aesthetic to give this 19th-century greystone an eclectic look that's irresistibly cool. D'Addario worked closely with Chicago design firm Inspired Interiors to create the edgy yet polished mood. From the Mongolian fur chair to the marble mantel, jewel-toned velvet sofa, and unique custom-made book-scroll sculpture by Nikki Rudolph, this home is what musical dreams are made of. Scroll down to see more of this stunning home and how to get the inspired look through photos by Dustin Halleck for Rue.
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