A Connecticut Estate

A Connecticut Estate
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The client had a partial set of authentic Georgian dining chairs and I had additional ones made by a local carver.
A Connecticut Estate
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The dining room drapes were inspired by a Victorian ball gown. The lower portions were kick pleated taffeta in the same color ad the wainscoting. The settee is upholstered in a purple brocade with a beaded welting.
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The millwork is all bleached mahogany in a pecan finish. The bookcases are lacquered a lilac blue. The mohair settee was custom built to fit into the niche. The coffered ceiling panels are matte gold leaf.
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The millwork is all bleached mahogany in a pecan finish. The bookcases are lacquered a lilac blue. The mohair settee was custom built to fit into the niche. The drapery was hand embroidered along the leading edge and hem in in a Queen Anne pattern in the clients favorite colors, The hammered and gilded iron table and console have iron birds made by a local iron artist perche...More
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The curved desk is a Nancy Corzine design in cerused oak. The carving on the millwork is all accented in gilt. The rug is a Stark sisal, custom cut to the rooms unusual shape and banded in a lilac canvas
“Cerused oak” — suedesai
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A four season porch adjoining the library. The Stark sisal is cut to fit the room and banded in lilac canvas. The white wicker is all upholstered in Sunbrella materials
“sisal rug cut to fit the room and banded in canvas” — haroldandbonnie
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A four season porch adjoining the library. The Stark sisal is cut to fit the room and banded in lilac canvas. The white wicker is all upholstered in Sunbrella materials
“windows” — gjpeart
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the living room has spectacular lake views so the drapes are all damask patterned sheers. The walls are ivory silk to serve as background for the family portraits. The gilt bamboo stools flanking the Korean chest are upholstered in leopard velvet. The floral pillows were custom embroidered in the clients favorite colors.
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The drapes are damask patterned sheers. The twin sofas are upholstered in a Zoffany brocade. The secretary is 18th century. The lamps are mid-century Venetian. The walls are ivory silk. The floral pillows were custom embroidered in the clients favorite colors. The Stark sisal is banded in a lilac canvas
“Side table” — mpd7059
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The family room is a colorful mix of Anglo-Indian and American Colonial styles anchored around the clients spectacular persian rug
“Fabric patterns” — kraewyre
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The family dining area carries the mix of Anglo-Indian and American Colonial styles from the adjacent TV area.
“Curtain fabric pattern” — kraewyre
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The front entry walls are platinum grasscloth. The fixtures are all champagne silver. The glass center table is mid-century French
A Connecticut Estate
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I created this room as a haven for the homeowners teenage son and friends. The flanking sectionals are sleeper sofas. The shelves are filled with sci-fi novels and a collection of mid-century robot toys and contemporary robot sculptures made from found objects.
“Sofas” — kathigoz
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