Miles Redd never ceases to amaze me with his incredible interiors, and this fabulous 1920s Greenwich, Connecticut home – featured in the November/December 2020 of Veranda magazine – is positively stunning! Reminiscent of an enchanted forest, the entrance makes the perfect first impression in this traditional yet whimsical and bold home. “When visitors walk in, they’re wowed,” homeowner Sam Milner told Veranda. “It’s so out of the box and different.”
Milner and her husband David Flowerdew originally purchased the seven- bedroom, 8,600-square-foot house as a weekend retreat from New York City, but during COVID they decided to move in permanently. The couple hired Miles Redd to decorate and architect Charles Hilton to make the house more functional for their family including three young boys. Redd and Milner share a passion for 1980s design along with 19th-century antiques, custom upholstered pieces, vintage carpets, chinoiserie wallpapers, botanical prints, exuberant chintzes…. and of course, lots and lots of color.
For more posts from The Glam Pad featuring the work of Miles Redd, please see links below. I also recommend The Big Book of Chic.
- MILES REDD AND DAVID KAIHOI CREATE AN ATTIC OASIS
- TIMELESSLY TRADITIONAL BY MILES REDD AND GIL SCHAFER
- A GLAMOROUS TEXAS FARMHOUSE BY MILES REDD
- A CLASSIC COLONIAL REVIVAL BY MILES REDD
- MILES REDD REFRESHES HIS FAMILY HOME
- A SUPER CHIC RETIREMENT HOME BY MILES REDD
- A MILES REDD HOME HITS THE MLS!
- MILES REDD TRANSFORMS A BAHAMAS BEACH HOUSE