Indian Queen Lane

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    The house on Indian Queen Lane was purchased as an abandoned property. For the previous 100 years it functioned as the rectory for the church located next door. Despite its history, it had virtually no charm or interesting architectural details. The house was also very dark due to the fact that the majority of the windows faced an ally and the side of the adjacent church. The design solution was to open up the entire back wall of the house and install custom windows and doors to bring more light in. A clerestory window was also installed over the second floor doors to let natural light in.
    We agonized over finding the perfect white. I wanted it to look as though the soft sunlight of late afternoon were hitting a white wall. We created a custom-muted version of California Paint’s “Early Snow”. With the perfect balance of pink and yellow hues the newly white painted walls mimic the soft afternoon light.

  • Vintage modern freestanding fireplace

  • Relaxing and simplistic living room

  • Custom bookshelves with vintage rocking chair

  • Custom built, European chestnut, dining table

  • Dramatic art at entry

  • White washed brick

  • Vintage glass chandelier, Florence Broadhurst wallpaper

  • Whimsical vintage head board with Thomas O’Brian lamp

  • Custom vinyl wall decor

  • Custom vinyl wall decor with vintage lamp