Even the most organized folks have a place in their home that drives them crazy or that they'd like to tweak or refine a bit more. Well, interiors prop stylist Miriam Bouleanu had exactly that in her charming 1940's apartment, located in Chicago's Ukrainian Village - shared with art director boyfriend, Spencer, and their cat, Monster. Friends often asked what was behind the door that was constantly kept closed when they visited. Miriam referred to it as her "room of shame" - a dumping ground where nothing was visible with a "random" table that had accumulated a myriad of piles. From client sheets to fabric, inspiration items to crafting supplies, she never felt settled or efficient in the space.
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