Duchess Mansion

This project is a great example of how to transform a historic architectural home into a very livable and modern aesthetic. The home was completely gutted and reworked. All lighting and furnishings were custom designed for the project by Garret Cord Werner. The interior architecture was also completed by our firm to create interesting balance between old and new.

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Historic preservation on this project was completed by Stuart Silk.
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karenlanedesigns
Karen Lane Designs added this to Funeral Home Project6 Mar 2019

just another "feel" . Not for hospitality room, just for GFH in general. Some of this is a bit too modern, ( coffee table) but overall it could be a nice transition and still work very well with time period of building!

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Rachael White added this to Wish List21 Jul 2017

Swivel chairs that can angle towards outdoors to watch birds

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opdunla added this to Sala16 Dec 2016

Colores y combinación de estilos

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