You have to know by now that I love Shingle style architecture. I came across this architect while looking for some shingle style details. I found a new home designed by Alisberg Parker Architects and Interior Design of Old Greenwich, CT. When I looked at the photos of the interior I was quite surprised by what they revealed. I didn’t expect it because the house is located in Greenwich, CT, which is on Long Island Sound, and one simply expects a shingle house near the ocean to have some nautical influence. I would liken this unexpected interior design to finding a Dutch windmill inside the Eiffel Tower. But not only was I surprised, I was delighted. This interior pulsates with personality and elegance with touches of rustic throughout. It is about color, warmth and texture. It looks like many items were lovingly collected by the owners, reflecting their personality, then in a beautifully curated interior design, a home results that is fun, cozy yet luxurious.
That completes the tour of this home. I wish there was more. I would have loved to see the kitchen.
Below are a couple of other houses and interiors designed by the same firm. Such wonderful attention to details I wanted to include them here. The one immediately below is in Old Greenwich, CT, and a beautiful example of a Center Hall Colonial.
This home is a Georgian Colonial and is located in Harrison, NY
Well, I thank you again my lovely readers, for stopping by. It has been in the mid 90’s, humid with thunderstorms every day so garden activity has been quelled a bit. Can’t wait to show you the new garden spaces. Laters, charisse