Continuing from last post's theme, comes this refined Federal-style Colonial home owned by Bob Weinstein and Eric Hensley. Unlike Matt Gibson's modernist overhaul however, Weinstein and Hensley stayed true to the historical nature of their home (built circa 1750) with Victorian detailing, then furnished with a choice selection of 20th Century modern design.
Photos by William Abranowicz, click on any of the photos to go to Elle Decor.
The Gio Ponti style glass and walnut table was a thrift store find. The sofa and chairs are vintage inspired pieces by Room and Board
Vintage Vladimir Kagan lounge chairs are reupholstered in Maharam. In the foreground is Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona coffee table, in the background an oval Eero Saarinen Tulip dining table, both by Knoll. On the table is a vintage Laurel mushroom lamp.
A vintage Florence Knoll sofa anchors the reading area of the master bedroom.
The homeowners, seated in vintage Danish chairs around another Saarinen table. On the table, an arrangement of modular Nagel candleholders. Above, a brass Paavo Tynell pendant lamp.
Posted by switch-smith at 8:58 PM . Thursday, September 25, 2008