Founded in 1920 as a quarterly trade publication showcasing the best homes in California, Architectural Digest has become one of the most respected interior design magazines in the world. With 8 international editions published as well, it truly is "The International Design Authority" - as its subtitle suggests.
Imagine our excitement when we received a phone call that Architectural Digest...the Architectural Digest wanted to photograph our shop for their magazine. "You want to feature P.O.S.H.?...little ol' P.O.S.H.?" It still makes us blush with excitement when we think of it!
"Built as an artists' studios in 1894, with additions in 1912-13, Chicago's Tree Studios have been restored and remodeled. One shop behind the Queen Anne-style facade is P.O.S.H., a home decor and tabletop store chockablock with vintage and antique china and silverware from old hotels and inns around the United States and Europe. The space, visited by Linda Searl, is divided into sections that suggest a turn-of-the-century French hotel, complete with hotel-style mail slots behind the cash register."
Thank you, Architectural Digest. We are honored to have been a part of your influential magazine.