A 1980s French Tudor Turned Chic Entertaining Space
Originally built in the 1980s, this French Tudor-style home needed a refresh, so the homeowners brought in the Rever team to furnish the main communal spaces and remodel the fireplace in the living room. While the couple didn’t want to discount the home’s traditional exterior, they wanted to lean into a more modern style and find a way to balance form and function in their new home.
After opening the space to bring in light and giving the fireplace a stunning plaster makeover, Taylor curated beautiful furniture pieces to fit in with her client’s day-to-day lives. The result has all the ingredients for an organic, modern California dream. Scroll on to see this beautiful home and shop the look below!
Setting The Tone in The Entryway
Four handmade round mirrors in the entryway by Studio H set the tone for the space and added the perfect amount of texture and interest to invite you in. Incorporating pieces that carry light in the entryway is a fool-proof way to complete a vignette, and this look is a perfect example of how to do it with an alternative to a traditional mirror. We love how Taylor paired the metallic pièce de résistance with a wooden console table, vintage decor, and woven stools to bring various layers of dimension.
Relaxed & Chic in The Living Room
A piece of Parisian-inspired artwork centers the living room scene, which opens up to the backyard and offers the California dream of indoor-outdoor living. A large wooden coffee table offsets the custom white sofa and sandy-colored rug, bringing weight to the room. Vintage decor and a chic leather accent chair complete the look and make us want to move right in.
An Inviting Dining Space
The dining room is a lesson in comfort and style with upholstered Arhaus chairs and a large wooden table. Designed for hosting friends and family, gathering around the table for a meal, or working from home, this space balances warm and cool tones for an effortless look. A plush modern rug grounds the room and adds extra comfort for foot traffic.
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BY: ANASTASIA CASEY
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