This house tour is a bit of a throw-back; it's the 1923 Kansas City apartment of former Hallmark cards exec David Jimenez and was originally shared by Architectural Digest several years ago. Perhaps that's a great testament to it's inherent neoclassical style - it is indeed as relevant today as ever! The home is a great mix of old and new, and features some stand-out art work and classic millwork details. Have a peek, you are bound to recognize at least an image or two:
The two stunning burled walnut dressers are drool worthy:
Love the brown paint in the library, very masculine and fitting for a study (Paint via Restoration Hardware).
Love the pairing of the 1950's chair with a Richard Avedon print:
This bathroom with all of it's classic fittings and marble finishes has long been a favorite of mine!
Oh, and one more thing ... there's a music closet ... clothed in Phillip Jeffries grass cloth of course:
Quite stunning! To get more of the details and the sources hop to the original article here.
PS. Another huge thank you for all of your feedback on last weeks post of my kitchen, I'm in the process of putting together a full FAQ post for all of you who left questions, to be posted later this week!