Morgante Wilson’s Best 5 Ideas for Interior Design and Architecture from 2021

Kandice Korte
Morgante Wilson Architects

Jan 10, 2022 - 5 min read

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Morgante Wilson’s Best 5 Ideas for Interior Design and Architecture from 2021

We love an end-of-year “best of” round-up as much as you do, which is why we’re bringing you five of our best Interior Design and Architecture blog posts from 2021. Filled with ideas and thought-provoking inspiration, they remind us of the power of good residential architecture and interior design. Here are our five top blog posts from 2021:

1. Biophilic Design: Bringing the Outdoors In

Biophilic design is based on the idea that by connecting inhabitants of a building to that building’s surroundings, you can enhance their well-being – and even their productivity. As residential architects, we often talk with clients about “bringing the outdoors in” – which is a simplified way of describing biophilic design. Read the full post HERE

2. Ten Interior Design Ideas for Bedrooms

We all know a good night’s sleep is the foundation of a productive, meaningful day. To get that good night’s sleep, experts advise saving beds for rest (not work) and making sure your bedroom is quiet and serene. At Morgante Wilson Architects, we’ve designed hundreds of bedrooms over the years and have learned a few things about creating a bedroom that will both calm you and fill you with happiness. HERE are a few of our favorite design ideas.

3. Bringing Gratitude Home

One of our proudest – and most important – achievements of 2021 was the establishment of the Morgante Wilson Foundation. Dedicated to raising funds to provide affordable housing to Chicago’s North Shore communities, the foundation marks the culmination of our decades-long philanthropic efforts. You can read more about our cause HERE.

4. Residential Architecture and Interior Design Tips: Our Top 10 Instagram Posts

This one’s a best-of within a best-of! Click HERE to view our ten most popular Instagram posts of 2021 –

the posts that most inspired and engaged our readers!

5. How to Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal

One of our most widely read posts of the year, this one touches on a topic residential architecture and interior design enthusiasts care deeply about: upping a home’s curb appeal. Because you only get one chance to make a first impression, you’ll want to read THIS POST for a host of great ideas to make yours the most special house on the block.

Kandice Korte

Morgante Wilson Architects