Bespoke Details: A Leaded Glass Window Anchors a Library
Our firm goes to great lengths to personalize each home and make the residence speak to the lives and passions of the owners. In the Limestone Chateau, the need for a secondary axis was created upon the owner’s purchase of an important leaded glass window for the library. This marvelous window was made circa 1904 and is nine feet wide and tall. Its extraordinary beauty and strategic location make the focal point of the library.
19th century walnut panels purchased from a house in Paris are also present in this room. These panels represent the best of French artistry in wood. Together, these elements transform this space into a meaningful rom filled with cherished items and one-of-a-kind features to be enjoyed for years. Explore the rest of this home >>