The neutral coloration of the Tibetan rug and upholstered furniture allows the lush greenery of the yard beyond to be the true focal point of this room.
Contemporary classic furnishings by Florence Knoll, Eero Saarinen and Mies van der Rohe complement the architecture of this home built in 1958.
Extensive research and attention to detail are to of the key elements in this wall of built-ins, panels and elaborate moldings. The intricate Persian rug and the traditional yet comfortable furnishings make this space an elegant retreat.
This cheerful breakfast area is open to the family room of this traditional home. Reproduction chairs around the fishpot table complement the eclectic mix of furnishings. Patterned fabrics add life to this sun-filled space.
Valuable antiques, careful reproductions and contemporary furnishings blend together beautifully in this elegant living room. The new construction is full of architectural details that were meticulously researched and drawn. Before building construction began, the ower and interior designer studied and documented various historical homes and buildings before selecting the details for the home.