An unconventional location for a truly westerner project: built during the Thirties in the heart of Connecticut, the Wilton Residence originally served as hunting lodge. Owned by an American family living in Europe, the 494 square meter home was re-decorated on the occasion of the owners comeback to the United States, after 13 years in the Old Continent.
Wilton Residence: multicultural interior design project
Europe and United States combined into a refined project
Because of the interesting life of the family, the Dutch UXUS studio conceived an interior design aimed at reflecting both the local roots and the European experience of the owners: the result is an interesting combination of personal or contemporary design items with a classic American style. Despite its fascinating timeless colonial look, the space features all the comforts of a modern home: essential, bright and refined, the residence exudes personality and eclecticism.
Thanks to the accurate mix of apparently different elements the space becomes a narration, telling the story of the eclectic owners. Family in fact is the actual core of the project, which made livability and conviviality its main keywords.
PHOTO COURTESY: Dim Balsem