Another UXUS project

Posted on Sun, 20 Nov 2011 by KiM

The folks over at UXUS (an interiors and architecture firm based in Amsterdam that we have blogged about previously here and here) emailed us Friday with one of their latest residential projects. Here is a little bit of background info: The Wilton Residence is a 1930’s hunting lodge located in the historical heart of Connecticut. The home belongs to an American family, who after living in Europe for 13 years returned to the US. The interior is a reflection of their years living abroad with an eclectic mix of high European contemporary design, personal mementos and a classic American style. UXUS wanted to create an invigorating energy by fusing a pioneering spirit with the inherent comfort of effortless style – colonial yet innovative. Inspired by Rustic Luxury and essential beauty found in simple things, every space within the Wilton Residence exudes openness, personality and playful sophistication. I LOVE this home…the mostly neutral colour palette (including lots of white), the modern furnishings that are a great juxtaposition to the exterior, the references to the outdoors through the dining chairs and wallpapers – love the Piet Hein Eek one in the bedroom!! 


Un espacio encantador.Besos.

Un espacio encantador.Besos.

Un espacio encantador.Besos.

stunning house!

ian says:

This project is just super. Just so minimalistic on colors and jet cozy.

Zoe Reh says:

I love the stack of books, orange chair, and wallpaper….(what name/brand?)

KiM says:

The book shelving is similar to the Sapien bookcase by Bruno Rainaldi.
The orange chair is the Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen.
The wallpaper is Cole & Son Woods.

kristina says:

Gorgeous and refreshing! I would buy this tomorrow!

Thanks for this post, very glad you like it! See you at ICFF New York in may? We will be launching a breathtaking new collection…

Rick Vintage,
NLXL – manufacturer of the Piet Hein Eek Scrapwood Wallpaper.

JO says:

The look is totally Connecticut but only European designers could envision those book cases.

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