We are attracted to the soft earthy color palette of this newly renovated historical home located at Hancock Park, Los Angeles. The home has such a Californian easy lay-back vibe yet still keep the traditional feel thanks to its historical architectural bone and classical elements. Here are some of our favorite spaces.
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.
An English mahogany table topped with an antique Chinese porcelain sets the classical tone for the rest of the house.
Happy Monday! The weather starts to get chilled everyday. Finally, we feel the fall is coming. So, what’s your mood to dress up your home for the coming holiday season? In case, you want something a lit bit cheerful and exciting, we are going to tour a Florida home that is full of dramatic touches.
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When we read an email about a beautifully designed beach house in SoCal this morning, we feel impressed and delighted. It’s a Spanish colonial revival and redesigned by famed interior designer Barclay Butera. The design work is published at Traditional Home Spring Issue 2020.
Barclay used his signature blue and white color schemes at the foyer and private spaces of the home. Also, he repeated symmetry and balance through the whole house to create formality. Interesting enough, this is actually a second home near the water. But unlike conventional breezy and lay-back So-Cal beach houses, this house is the love for classical design.