10 Years of Maze Home
By Megan McKinney
Cindy Galvin, owner of Winnetka’s Maze Home with a special guest, Deborah Goodrich Royce.
Ten years ago influential interior designer Cindy Galvin created Maze Home, a Winnetka shop that immediately became known for its superb home furnishings and elegant accessories, drawing discerning customers from throughout the Chicago area.
Maze Home: 10 years old this month.
Among the multiple events celebrating the anniversary was a luncheon for more than 75 women at a private club in Chicago. A delightful feature of the event was a book signing by Deborah Goodrich Royce, author of the best-selling Finding Mrs. Ford. The two women are both Watch Hill, Rhode Island, summer residents.
Cindy Galvin, the consummate hostess, selected slate blue tablecloths and designed white hydrangea centerpieces to echo Finding Mrs. Ford’s book jacket. An autographed copy of the novel was at every place, and those wishing to have their signed books personalized were cheerfully accommodated at a special table.
Maria Smithburg and Shelley Farley were among the guests.
Sally Brown and Wentworth McGovern.
Lee Thinnes and Eve Rogers.
Katy Sutter and Kathleen Fanning Lojkovic.
Azeeza Khan with Annette Pecora and Elizabeth Dziersk.
Zig Smith and Donna Constant.
Hostess Cindy Galvin, between Virginia Bobins, left, and Eve Rogers.
Classic Chicago readers will see more of Deborah very soon. We will be back next month with an exploration of the many lives of both Deborah Goodrich Royce and the heroine of Finding Mrs. Ford, our Blizzard Book of 2020.