Whimsical Tudor

Tudor Interior Design + Build

This 1923 whimsical Tudor interior design and renovation project came with two requirements. First, all of the homes character must be retained. At the same time, the need to expand the space to meet the needs of an active family of five was a top priority. This classic and timeless transformation strikes a beautiful balance between the charm of the existing home and the opportunities to realize something custom.

First, we reclaimed the attached one-car garage for a much-needed command central kitchen. It featured organized zones for the family to cook, dine, gather, schedule, do homework and entertain. With a devotion to design, a stunning, custom, nickel Ann Morris pot rack was chosen as a focal point. Appliances were concealed with painted, raised-panel cabinetry and finishes like white quartzite countertops. White fireclay sinks and dark stained floors added just the right amount of light and color.

Remodeling Luxury Spaces: Tudor Interior Design and Renovation

Outside the bustle of the family space, the previous kitchen became a butler’s pantry and richly-paneled library for reading, relaxing, and enjoying cigars. The addition of a mudroom, family room, and a wonderful space we lovingly call “The Jewel Room” for its heightened luxurious detail. It completed the perfect remodel. The changes opened up new space for the busy children while providing comfortable respites for their happy parents. This Tudor interior design and renovation project was a complete success.

Photography: Tom Harris, Hedrich Blessing

Interior Design: Scott Simpson Design + Build

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From the Homeowner

"We could have picked Scott Simpson Design + Build for a lot of the practical reasons everyone might – the beautiful portfolio, the years in business, the eco-expertise. But we can admit now - we picked you for what turned out to be the best reason of all – we liked you as people. And we really think that good feeling comes across in our home. How about that?"

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