Light Filled Home in Historic Concord
Last Sunday we toured a charming farmhouse with pops of purple and today we’re in Concord, Massachusetts to enjoy a light filled home that artfully blends antiques with new items.
The living room features a beautiful grand piano by the window. Architectural trim work shows the age of the home but modern traditional furniture gives it a fresh look.
The family room enjoys a wall of windows with bulls-eye trim (my favorite). A wood burning fireplace warms the light filled home. Note the layering of a smaller rug on the larger sisal rug to help define the conversation area.
Adjacent to the family room is the breakfast nook which also enjoys a bank of windows. Wall art is kept to a minimum to avoid taking anything away from the mullioned windows.
The formal dining room features a green and white wallpaper with a coordinating built-in China cabinet. The homeowner incorporates antique furniture, like the dining set, throughout the home.
A vintage desk sits just inside the entryway creating a space for dropping off keys or small purse. Rather than a grand chandelier, a simple globe provides all the light that’s needed.
The bedrooms are just as charming as the rest of the light filled home in historic Concord. I especially love the painted floors!
The master bedroom is beyond gorgeous and reminds me of a room in a luxury hotel. The bedding is simple, allowing you to take in the full beauty of this room with its vaulted ceiling.
I’m not 100-percent sure, but I think this fireplace is located in a shed or other outbuilding on the property (it’s titled ‘traditional shed’ but no other information was given). If I’m right, it would be a place I’d retire to frequently to read a book or magazine.
You can see more rooms in this light filled home by LeBlanc Design over at Houzz. The rest of it is just as beautiful as what you see here.
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Oh my. Not my favorite. But I’m sure that someone loves it. 😉
Love this home. Simple and livable.
I too love painted floors, but would only use them in a seldom-used room or better yet, in that “shed” with the fireplace that is mentioned. That could so easily become a special getaway space for just me.