Here we go: 3 Art Deco, Frank Lloyd Wright, stained glass-inspired paper cut cards; bright white and shiny copper foil front, clean white back.
A new addition, the family room was designed with a young family in mind. Chairs, Scout for the Home. Basket, pillows, table lamp and Carrie Penley painting, B.D. Jeffries. Armchair throw, Holland & Sherry. Iron-and-glass table, Noah J.
The dining room retained its terrazzo floor and ziggurat-style fireplace but was renovated to open up to the kitchen. Dining table, chairs and Clay McLaurin watercolor, Holland & Company. Stemware and stools, B.D. Jeffries. Rug, Moattar. Easel, Noah J. Fire tools, Parc Monceau. Vases, Max & Co.
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The living room was painted crisp white to emphasize the original architecture. Striking a 21st-century note are a pair of bentwood upholstered chairs from Bungalow Classic and a metal cocktail table from Holland & Company. A rug from Moattar softens the terrazzo floor.
Nancy selected Arnitex’s geometric-patterned sheer fabric for the guest bedroom draperies, which allow light to filter into the serene space.
Although the ornate stair railing is original to the house, the elaborate crystal chandelier, which is 26 feet tall and weighs over 2,000 pounds, was a later addition. This chandelier, once displayed in a Manhattan hotel, was purchased in the ’80s by previous homeowner A. Stephen Cucich, who installed it in the stair hall. Later removed from the premises, the chandelier was recently procured by the Blanchards, who returned it to its rightful place.
Located in the former kitchen, the study was painted gray to give it a cozier, more masculine feel.