Give your belly a breather and mosey over to contemporary home goods shop Paramour Bungalow (812 Dempster Street, 847-328-5540), conveniently located next door to Hewn. Grab a glass of lemon water and a free lolli, then ogle printed Poketo dish towels, Marble & Milkweed bath nectar, and geometric fleece blankets. Read More.
The next time you’re in Evanston–you know, yucking it up with the Northwestern academic types who hang out at the cafés on Main Street–detour off the strip and pop in at an adorable new shop that just opened on under-the-radar Dempster Street. With its navy-blue awning and cheerful checked carpeting, Read More.
When Jason Hall and David Kafer, owners of the hair salon Red 7, saw a storefront open up right next to their Evanston location, they knew they had to have it. But not to expand their salon. They decided to open a home décor store. Paramour Bungalow (named for the Read More.
Paramour Bungalow is the refined arts and crafts project of David Kafer and Jason Hall, a side hustle of sorts to their successful boutique hair salon company, RED 7 SALON. Paramour Bungalow focuses on the home rather than hair, selling creative, eclectic and handmade accessories to decorate every room of Read More.
Evanston’s retail scene got a new major player on June 1, when furnishings and accessories store Paramour Bungalow opened. While we haven’t made it in to the store yet, we do have a few deets on the young company. The shop is owned by David Kafer and Jason Hall, also Read More.
Using a ping-pong table in the center of the store to display a chair, lamps and other home accessories is just part of what makes Paramour Bungalow different. The store opened on June 1 at 812 Dempster St., next door to its sister company Red 7 Salon. Co-owner Jason Hall Read More.