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Ensemble Magazine - Benjamin Moore & Co. Fall 2006 Fueled by a fusion of cultures, colorful design sparks creativity at this Chicago event center. Vintage furniture, bold colors and ethnic art mingle harmoniously at Catalyst Ranch, a place owner and designer Eva Niewiadomski calls "the antithesis of a typical hotel conference space."

Chicago Tribune Jan 2, 2005 All About Eva; A life of collecting at home and abroad is reflected in an Andersonville condo Look around Eva Niewiadomski's apartment and you will know the story of her life.

A goddess statue from Thailand. A bedroom set from a local antiques store. Collections of decorative birds from Eastern Europe. Niewiadomski grew up in Humboldt Park before her family moved to what she says was a "good Polish, Greek, Irish, Italian neighborhood" on Chicago's Northwest Side.

Wall Street Journal Wed., Feb. 19, 2003 in Section B, Page 10 under "Plots & Ploys" by Sheila Muto. Here's what they wrote: Sensory Stimulation A bright red wall greets visitors. The games Kerplunk and Mr. Potato Head are stashed on the tables. Hammocks, a chaise lounge and hot-pink and lime-green pillows around a low table offer a host of places to sit.

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