Bold Color In A Connecticut Country House

Bold Color In A Connecticut Country House - Remodelista

Photography Courtesy Of Fawn Galli. Is An Enduring Design Relationship Like A Good Marriage?

“From What Had Become A Rabbit Warren Of Rooms We Created A Plan For A Modern Family” Wright Says.

Wright Added A Modern Black Barn Which Houses A Rec Room On The Lower Level And The Master Suite On The Second Story.

“In The Living Room We Painted The Stark Sisal Carpet With Benjamin Moore Floor Paint” Galli Says.

The Wife An Editor At The Paris Review Collects Books And Antique Textiles.

The Cabinets Are Painted Babouche From Farrow & Bal.

“The Tin-Tiled Ceiling Reflects A Lot Of Light” Galli Says “Which Helps Because The Kitchen Is On The Dark Side.”

A Butler’S Pantry Is Lined In Wallpaper From Timorous Beasties.

The Acid Yellow Velvet Dining Room Curtains Are Lined With An Ikat Print (In The Summer They Can Be Flipped For A Lighter Look). The Light Fixture Is From A French Flea Market.

“We Wanted An Interesting Color Scheme In The Reading Room” Galli Says.

The Martin Sconces Are From Schoolhouse Electric.

The Hallway Is Papered In Lady Green Wallpaper (“A Baroque Style Print Of Lilies Blooming Buds And Foliage”) From Abigail Borg.

In The Hallway The Architects Removed Restored And Reinstalled The Original Boards.

The Guest Bedrooms Are Almost Entirely Furnished In Flea Market And Vintage Finds.

In A Guest Room The Curtains Are Made From Vintage Toile That The Owner Collected In Paris.