Last year I toured this house and was amazed that so much style could be packed into such a small home. The house was built in the 1920's and does retain much of it's original character, despite it's cutting-edge styling.
To the left of the main living room you'll find the dining room.
How I wish I could be this "edited".
O.K., no, not really. I like all of my stuff.
How do you like the chandelier? I know most of you have seen light fixtures similar to this one, but as I recall, this is real wax that has been electrified.
Now, look at the kitchen below, who would have thought of using that sconce in the kitchen?
I think it's the touches like that which truly set this interior apart.
Also, notice the metal windows with the great muttons and mullions in the "x" pattern.
Here's another thing: this house is DECORATED for Christmas!
Imagine the restraint one must have!
I adore the wreaths and paperwhites being forced.
The master bedroom above.
Quiet and simple--words I would use to describe the entire house.