A renovated 1800s-era Tudor home

Posted on Fri, 26 Jun 2020 by KiM

This isn’t your typical Southampton hideaway. It’s an 1892 Tudor that has been fully renovated, but with many of the original features maintained, like the wood beamed ceilings and the leaded glass windows. What I love about this home is that designer Samuel Amoia added an edginess through artwork and random bits of bold colour.

Karen G says:

Beautiful home, but how does the Pomeranian reach the dog food station? 😀

Melanie D Millar says:

Tudor? Where? this house doesn’t add up. Or is it just me?

Rainy Day says:

I agree, Melanie.

KiM says:

You’d have to ask the designer. I am quoting from his portfolio.

AC says:

The windows ? Good job despite the windows.

Dorota Wright-O'Neill says:

I like it… unless the house is some sort of rarity/of historical importance, it’s OK to suit it to more modern lifestyles. This place is both luxurious and simple, uncluttered and referenced, altogether a place geared toward relaxation. In style.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.
Required fields are indicated by *