Old is New Again-Kitchen

KITCHEN | Hand-painted tiles line the walls and play off the teak woodwork in the kitchen. Butler loves mixing items, new and antique as well as fine art with more […]

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Old is New Again-Foyer

Interior designer and homeowner Tracey Butler relocated a staircase to create a dramatic foyer with a gallery feel for her art. The 18½-by-5-foot oil drawing on parchment, bought at auction, […]

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Old is New Again-Den

DEN | In the den, the coffee table is a freeform walnut slab that looks as though it was sliced right off the tree. The wall covering features a bold […]

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Old is New Again-Powder Room

POWDER ROOM | Butler converted a first-floor closet into a powder room. The bronze sink is flanked by a pair of midcentury candlesticks that were electrified. The wiring is hidden in […]

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Old is New Again-Master Bath

MASTER BATHROOM | The walls, floors and vanity countertop of the master bathroom are made of Calacatta gold marble. The vanity was originally an antique mirrored bar using an eglomisé technique […]

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Old is New Again-Master Bedroom

MASTER BEDROOM | A single continuous color—used on the grass-cloth wall covering, bedding and carpeting—envelops the master bedroom in warmth and sophistication.

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Old is New Again-Dining Room

DINING ROOM | A black and white oil painting makes a statement in the dining room against a cream palette that includes asymmetrically hung macramé light fixtures. The midcentury table and chairs are […]

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Old is New Again-Bedroom

BEDROOM   A pair of bronze and glass arched-top double doors that Butler found at the Brimfield Antiques Show in Massachusetts years ago lead from the master bathroom to the master […]

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