Sunday, February 12; noon–5 p.m.
$30 in advance; $35 day of tour
Photographed by Emily Jenkins Followill
Tickets are available now at the Cathedral Book Store and at cathedralantiques.org.
This elegant house possesses a dignity that belies the fact that it is barely twenty-one years old. Behind a front door that would not be out of place in Belgravia or on Sutton Place, spacious rooms are filled with rich textures complemented by jewel-toned fabrics.
West Wesley Road
The thoughtfully edited interiors of this calm house on a busy street create an oasis a world away from the hurried pace of city life. Earth tones and natural light lend a relaxed air to comfortable rooms that invite the outdoors in through large windows.
This handsome house combines the pattern and texture of a classic Tudor Revival exterior with bright, open interiors that constitute a fresh take on the historical style. Outdoor living spaces reflect the same sensitivity to adapting traditional architecture to contemporary lifestyles.
Clipped boxwoods and a broad front porch set a welcoming tone for this comfortable house. The interiors feature a subtle use of color and texture, a love of visual rhythm, and great attention to detail.
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