1820’s Home Gets Glorious Renovation Using Color

1820’s Home Gets Glorious Renovation Using Color

The Staplegrove House built in 1825 features the soft mesmerizing jade green accents on the front door, window panes, and porch railing.

Inside the subtle, yet statement-making, color continues: The kitchen showcases a bright blue rug against soft beige furnishings, the dining room sports green seat cushions on neutral furniture and carpeting. The bedroom boasts a teal statement wall, curtains, and bedding. Even the garage doors got a light turquoise coat of paint.

The living room has floor-to-ceiling windows, built-in book shelves, and high ceilings are part of the reason we adore historic homes. Then there’s the purple palette that creates a regal and modern vibe — and don’t even get us started on the patterned wallpaper that matches the print in the bedroom!

The rest of the property (that’s listed for a cool $1.127 million) is immersed in 1.9 acres of nature, including gardens and a wooded area with a delicate brick and iron gate that leads to a path to an ornamental pond. Check it:

All images courtesy Christie’s Real Estate | via House Beautiful

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