While historical integrity was key when it came to many of the structural decisions, color played a major role in determining the decor and materials that would be used throughout the house's interior. Warren originally envisioned that the entire house would be done in a variation of "camouflage" colors. Neuhaus and Warren took this inspiration and translated it into a palette defined as "neutrals with color." Dominated by muted blues, grays, and tans, and accented with dark and heavy woodwork or metallic accents, an overriding and cohesive theme is created throughout the entire home.
"We sealed those original colors in a bag together, and it was amazing how consistently we were able to use them, with slight variations depending on the light in the space, throughout the entire project. That bag of colors served as a sort of touchstone as we moved forward through the house."