Rejuvenation is a classic American lighting and house parts general store for home improvement whose mission is to add real value to homes, buildings, and projects. From the front porch to the back door, we provide lighting, hardware, bath hardware and functional home goods based on the best pieces of the past, designed for today, and made to last for years to come.
For years, Camp Wandawega has served as social gathering spot for creatives of all kinds, and collaborated with brands to launch products & lines with ANTHROPOLOGIE, GANT, URAL, Land Of Nod & Faribault Woolen Mills & partnerships with Trunk Club, Graduate hotels & others.
As seen in Travel & Leisure, the NY Times, Lucky Magazine and featured on TV news shows and web casts, the Randolph Street Market Festival is considered “a mecca of cool”, “the best hot spot for antiquing”, “the best Chicago venue for people watching”, and “the Barney’s of Vintage”. Celebrity designer Nate Berkus says, “I love this market…the quality is incredible!”
High-end home furnishings shop specializing in one-of-a-kind antiques as well as unique art pieces.
5221 N Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60640
Our commitment is first and foremost to customer satisfaction, but we also emphasize eco-friendly transportation and local manufacturing. We are proud to be the first completely Chicago-made bike since Schwinn production left the city in the ’70s. Come visit us at the shop that feels like home and smells like the best coffee you’ll ever have. Heritage is a mash-up of two concepts and cultures that really go hand in hand: bikes and coffee. If you’ve never thought to pair the two, don’t worry, we’re here making sense of it from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week.
2959 N Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
The story of antique taco comes with many drafts but the goal has always been the same, To Eat Good Food!
1360 N Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
5 Rabbit Cervecería is the first craft brewery inspired in Latin America. Cerveza Artesanal. Inspired in Latin America, made in Xicago.
6398 W 74th St
Bedford Park, IL 60638
A stylish tropical oasis-meets-flotsam strewn island hut, Lost Lake evokes both the glamorous tropical escapism of 1930s Hollywood and the rugged nautical, island aesthetic of the world’s first tiki bar — the original Don’s Beachcomber Cafe.
3154 W Diversey Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
Land and Sea Dept. is a concept and project development studio working cohesively and creatively across disciplines. Our principals – Cody Hudson, Jon Martin, Robert McAdams and Peter Toalson – have collective decades of involvement in the fields of art, construction, design, event production, identity, marketing, music and woodworking, experiences that allow us to apply our unique creative perspectives across a wide variety of applications.