Tour a 1902 Tudor Revival House with a Modern Update

The classical design with 19th century English furnishings is always sophisticated and timeless. Today, we are going to virtually tour a 1902 Tudor revival house updated with a modern twist. Here are our favorite highlights.

Entry

The 19th-century English mahogany table is topped with an antique Chinese porcelain bowl; the front door, hardwood floors, and ceiling beams are original to the home. The chandelier is by Gaetano Sciolari, the ­window-seat cushion is in a Hines & Company fabric, and the throw pillow is in a Donghia fabric. The artwork is by Jack Levine.
Simon Upton

An English mahogany table topped with an antique Chinese porcelain sets the classical tone for the rest of the house.

Living Room

The furnishings in the living room is clean-lined and modern. The gilded framed oil portrait and 19th century English side-table echo the classical tone that starts from the entry.

Family Room

The color palette in this family room is fun yet elegant. The light-blue linen upholstered sofas face off each other while a rich jewel-toned vintage area rug anchors this living room. The artwork over the mantle hints the history and story about the city where the house is located. Again, Chinese porcelain emphases the classical tone of the house.

Game Room

The 19 century English game table elegantly sit in this all-white game room. A bar cart is always such a great idea to add high style and functionality to a social space at home.

Kitchen

We love the classical checkerboard patterned flooring in this all-white simple kitchen. The bar stools are light and cute. Who wouldn’t want to sit here, enjoy a cup of morning coffee and just look outside?

Dining Room

The English mahogany dining table hosts a mix of deft and Chinese porcelain which looks very festive. This table set will be perfect for the coming Thanks Giving. The Gracie wallpaper on the walls elevates this dining space.

Master Bedroom

The wallpaper on the walls is dimensional and modern while a vintage Japanese screen painting on the wall lends a touch of the Zen to this master bedroom for a quiet and soothing vibe. The Chinese porcelain repeats the blue-and-white theme that threads the whole house.

Master Bath

Who wouldn’t love to soak here after a long day? The abundance natural light floods into this master bath through a large window that makes it so dreamy.

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