This house went through a 10 year restoration. The owner, Rosy Strazzeri-Fridman's chose white and natural hues for all of her rooms. Come on in and let me know if you like it!
A glass top was added to the vintage Art Nouveau table base that stands in the turret.
The Fridman family collected their china and enamelware during travels to Europe — as well as visits to a few all-American garage sales.
A reupholstered French Provincial settee, a Lucite coffee table and a hand-loomed wool rug in the living room. The unused fireplace was filled with a stack of oversize books.
In the entrance, fir floors with a rich, custom stain. A dress form displays a favourite coat.
Old mirrors, portraits, and photos line the front hallway walls.
A variety of vintage chairs in neutral colours surround the dining table. They found the pendant lamp at a Paris street market, and the china cabinet at a California antiques store.
Rosy in her kitchen. The menu is displayed on the mirror.
8 year old son Noah's room.
Antique cast-iron bed with a cable-knit throw. A teacup lamp sits atop the turned-leg nightstand.
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