Tudor delight with a modern twist defines the design inspiration behind creating a home that reflects the owners love for art and color with an understated elegant appeal.
The 1939 Tudor renovation is the result of an amazing art curator owner, architect and designer collaboration. The art collection looks right at home in a color palette consisting of taupes, salmon, pale blue-greens and stony hues. Each room finds it anchor in taupe backgrounds making the transition from space to space with ease.
Impressive architectural features delight the eye in every space beginning with the eye-catching arched paneled doorway into the living room. This theme is echoed throughout in interior and exterior doorways.
While warm color hues embrace the entire home an exception was made for the kitchen with the use of warm whites that bring a refreshing sense of renewal to this hard working space filled with luxury appliances.
The music room, a favorite of mine is glamorous and practical with its multi-zone layout for entire family enjoyment. The layout accommodates art reflection in many formats from practicing on musical instruments to reading and relaxing with a good book.
What a refreshing approach to making an old home relevant for today’s lifestyle, may this amazing Tudor live on forever!
To tour the entire gallery of images please visit Tudor with an Artful Touch.
Architect: Anne Decker