News-Antique.com - Sep 07,2010 - What do you do when a career in journalism reaches it's limits? Instead of setting out to write the great American novel, former Chicago news producer Katie Ernst turned a love of all things vintage into a new career. But, instead of setting up shop in a shaky economy,she went in a different direction: stand-out vintage furniture sales, several times yearly.
"Mad Men" style meets Hollywood glam at Chicago pop-up shop Revision Home. This hot Chicago company conducts vintage furniture shows in it's west side warehouse four times per year. Revision Home features a wide range of styles and specializes in reimagined vintage and artist created items. "We believe in keeping the good things going, " says Ernst. Chicago shoppers are responding: In less than a year, the Revision sales have become a hot ticket and the company has been named on the "Best of" lists of Chicago magazine, the Reader and CS. "We've been blown away by the response," Ernst says. Come see what the fuss is about 9/17 & 9/18. 11am-4pm, 2132 W. Fulton, Chicago