This month I invite you to come along on a remarkable restoration project that I have been working on for the last 9 months. Discover a 1926 Tudor home that has been restored to its former beauty. The residence I am featuring is a Tudor Revival style home and was popular from the turn of the century, 1900 to the late 1930's. This period is often referred to as the "Age of Eclecticism" because the Tudor style was loosely interpreted and romanticized by American architects. Some of the Tudor design features are timber framed accents, red brick, diamond casement windows, and steeply pitched roofs. Enjoy extensive before and after photos of this renovation throughout the entire month of June!
*Closeup design details of the exterior of the restored Tudor home.
This is the private home of premier builder Paul Apfelbach, owner of Phoenix Real Estate Inc., whom I have worked with over the past 16 years on commercial and private interior design projects. It was such a joy and privilege to be involved in every aspect of this renovation and to see the home transform back to its beautiful state it is today. Special thank you to Paul Apfelbach and his fiancé Mary Jo Tye, the contractors, painters, and craftsmen that brought our combined design vision to life.