Historic House, Redone

This 1930's house in Washington is simply gorgeous. It belongs to designer Ted Tuttle who brought the house "back to life" with some interior and exterior remodeling, lots of white paint and a beautiful mix of furnishings.
(photos from Elle Decor)


Mr. Tuttle completely re-landscaped the house and revamped the picket fence. Love the picket fence.

The living room is so bright and beautiful. LOVE the floors. 
(daybed is from Mies van der Rohe and wood stumps are from Pottery Barn)

Another shot of the living room. I want that little side table!
(the sofa is custom, the side table is by Rose Tarlow and the painting is by John Belingheri)

The black table and chairs look great with the floors. And I do love an amazing chandelier.
(French chandelier and English chinoiserie cabinet are antiques and the chairs are from Crate & Barrel)

The bedroom is so lovely. I love the chairs facing each other by the window and with the white chairs, white shades and white bedding the room is so bright.
(chairs are from B&B Italia)

I love how the bathroom looks! 
(all fixtures, the sink and tile flooring are from Waterworks)

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5 Comments :

Anonymous offset printing said...

I think he did a great job in re-furnishing the interiors of the home. You know, it was really great to see the actual results where every piece of detail complemented with each other. Superb work!

July 27, 2011 at 11:17 PM  
Blogger CourtC said...

I'm happy you enjoyed the post. I think the remodel looks incredible! Thank you so much for reading and commenting! :)

July 29, 2011 at 12:17 AM  
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July 30, 2011 at 5:14 AM  
Anonymous mydeco said...

The pictures look good, nice to see it all finsihed and nice to see the use of natural elements as furnioture. Thanks for posting!

August 2, 2011 at 7:14 AM  
Blogger CourtC said...

Thank you AD and mydeco. I'm happy y'all enjoyed the post. This house does have some steal worthy ideas!
Thank you for reading and commenting! :)

August 3, 2011 at 1:19 PM  

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