March 14, 2022




Historic Home, Updated Interior



Built-in 1941, this gorgeous and charming home in the Waterbury neighborhood is the perfect example of how to add modern chic to a historic home.

Our clients came to us with a desire to update the interior of their home that felt a little tired, dark, and a bit outdated.




Challenge accepted.   

What a beautiful home full of character and charm.   Our update began with a airy and neutral palette to brighten up a favorite room.   

Changing the rug from a vintage persian rug to a natural toned woven rug made a dramatic difference by creating a light base for the space.



The homeowners have an extensive art collection.  The neutral palette allowed the artwork to shine and transformed their space from tired to modern and serene.



Our clients love to travel, so we wanted to use unique pieces that reflect their favorite far-off places and make them feel like they had a tranquil place to enjoy in their own home.





Sometimes when you have an older home it can be hard to imagine anything but traditionally styled furnishings.  And while the great bones of older architecture can never be replaced, often putting a contemporary spin on the interiors can give the space new life. 



Just a reminder to mark your calendars for the return of the L’agence trunk show featuring our favorites from their Spring collection along with an array of denim styles!