For the epicenter of family celebrations, we transitioned to a more modern sensibility that combined the beautiful pieces enjoyed by the family for generations with the verdant color scheme.
The owners of this home wanted a 180 degree change from their previous traditional, antique filled Tudor house in Connecticut. With the move to New Jersey the family transitioned to a design that is predominantly driven by “modern” and “modern farmhouse” asthetics with its lighter palette and more textured materials.
Since this is not a “forever” home, just a stop on a westward path, the owners wanted a more neutral dining room with the room’s highlights being the art, furniture and fabric.
This dining room was revitalized with prominent gold and crystal sconces and chandelier as well as with a lighter wall color. Further modernization was accomplished by using a beige fretwork fabric for the curtains.
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