As the Second City, Chicago has many fantastic home furniture design stores, but the bustling metropolis didn’t have its own Mecox outpost until 2005. Located in the River North area just two blocks from the famous Merchandise Mart – the largest interior design showroom facility in the country – Mecox Chicago is in a beautifully renovated turn-of-the-19th -century brick building on North Clark Street. With two floors, it’s just enough space to showcase the brand’s broad taste and to engage our Chicago customers with our more unusual mix of styles. A large window features a prominent vignette that changes often with the incoming new merchandise.
Chicago has long been known as a vibrant city, with cultural contributions in the arts, theater, literature, jazz, comedy, and more. But one aspect of the Windy City that is not to be overlooked is the abundant shopping opportunities it offers. State Street and the Magnificent Mile are two of Chicago’s most historical destinations for all your shopping needs. Whether you’re looking for upscale boutiques or more low-key shopping outlets, you can find it all in Chicago’s shopping districts.
Chicago continues to be an outstanding resource for indoor and outdoor shopping-lovers the world over, making it the perfect locale for antique lovers, vintage hunters, and Mecox enthusiasts alike. Over the years, the River North area has truly become a haven for trendy restaurants, art galleries and hotels. In fact, two hip new restaurants recently opened by two leading chefs in the country, Chef Art Smith of Lyfe Kitchen and Chef Rick Bayless of Frontera Grill, mere steps away from Mecox Chicago, as well as the new Trump Tower and Hotel.
When locals and visitors come to Chicago, they can count on the River North district to fulfill all their antiquing needs. With nearly 20 separate antique stores/warehouses, Mecox is proud to offer up their own inspiring inventory of antique and vintage treasures. Whether you’re looking for new furniture or a decorative accent or two, you can find everything you need at Mecox Chicago’s rustic shopping haven.