When a young family moved from an apartment in New York City to a 1930s Georgian in Greenwich, Connecticut, they commissioned designers Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman to create a “very traditional with no modern edge” home. “This couple value the history of the house and consider themselves stewards,” Coleman told Better Homes & Gardens. “So we brought a sense of history to the remodeling that was done and to the interior design.” The designers mixed fine antiques with straw rugs and cotton curtains to tone down the formality for a pretty country house look. Let’s take a look inside with images from Better Homes & Gardens and the portfolio of Brockschmidt & Coleman.
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