A cheerful bright yellow floral and bird pattern sets the tone in the entry hall.
The homeowners enjoy entertaining, and their spacious dining room is often comfortably filled with friends and family, including six grandchildren.
Beautiful chintz draperies and a trellis-print rug grace the living room.
The walls in the breakfast room are covered in blue and white toile. Buffalo plaid frames the windows, and a painted yellow corner cabinet displays a collection of blue and white ceramics.
Hand painted tile adds a pop of color to the all-white kitchen.
Buffalo plaid, toile, and chintz create a lively game room.
The pale green master bedroom provides a serene refuge, and floral drapes add a romantic touch.
No detail is overlooked.
Green and white sheers hang from an arched window in the master bath.
An inviting green and white guest room.
Cowtan & Tout toile wallpaper covers the guest room, providing a complementary backdrop to tufted slipper chairs upholstered in plaid from Scalamandré and a table skirt from Brunschwig & Fils.
This classic home is warm and inviting and so timelessly traditional. Do you love it as much as I do? To read the entire feature, please visit Traditional Home.
Architectural design by J. Charles Burton, interior design by Anne Page, and photography by Gordon Beall.