The Super Bowl. Yes, I am a day late on the recap, but then again this isn’t a sports blog (what really is pass interference or an offside kick?). While I can’t knowingly debate on “deflategate” and bad calls, I do know one New England home worthy of a touchdown. This perfectly charming New England home in Greenwich, Connecticut was featured in New England Home Magazine. The 1920’s home designed by Amy Aidinis Hirsch and renovated by Julio DiBiase encompasses all that one would love of any home.
Gorgeous de Gournay wallpaper, seamless lines of classic furniture, and rooms of dimension and warmth encompass this picturesque New England home. It is an inviting interior with every element of timeless tradition. These New England patriots..I mean designers… are certainly deserving of a win.
de Gornay wallpaper that is swoon worthy in all of it’s glory. This home really perfects shades of blue and texture.
Look at this light and airy kitchen. I love the row of four windows along the sink. So often you only see one window in a kitchen, but this really opens up the space to the outdoors. The bar stools are just a fabulous compliment to the pale blue subway tile.
A real New England room full of high beams and excellent wood work. Notice the high placement of the painting, not a common occurrence. It really adds a subtle splash of color to the more neutral space.
Another view of the intimiate sitting room off of the living area. Who doesn’t love a blue and white garden stool. They just make life better.
More blue and more velvet. The modern art compliments the more glamorous sitting area.
I tend to shy away from blue on the walls. Not a fan normally. Somehow this home really radiates with the contrast of the pale blue with the dark wood floors.
A soft and distinct master bedroom in hues of blue and white.
A refreshing bathroom with detailed tile work and a fantastically large shower.