Architectural Digest features renovated Greenwich home

When Jennifer and Dominic Moross first bought their Greenwich home, it was clear that they had work to do. But now that work has paid off.

The couple’s home is being featured in the July edition of Architectural Digest and the layout shows off the home’s complete renovation that was designed to bring some of the classic elements the house once possessed back to light. To make their vision a reality, the couple called upon the talents of decorator Miles Redd and New Haven architect George Knight to help restore their 1892 QueenAnne structure home while adding columns, a porch and a pool house.

According to the couple, Mr. Moross’ English background inspired a “pipe-smoking aristocrats” feel to their living room The home also features a lemon-yellow oversized Dutch front door, a 1930s swirling brass mirror, and walls layered in wax. The Morosses included refinished pieces from IKEA and a cork wall in their mudroom.

In a press release the couple said, “This juxtaposition of ‘grand-humble, slick-crumbling and strong-quiet’ elements gives this traditional home a quirky edge.”

“If you’re going to take the time to create a house, put in a few quirky items, they’re often the things that bring the greatest joy,” Ms. Moross told Architectural Digest.

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