A Neo-Traditional Home in Connecticut


Are you familiar with the work of Charlotte Barnes? Charlotte began her career in fashion, working in the womenswear division at Ralph Lauren in New York, and eventually as President and CEO of the Italian jewelry company, Pomellato, all the while sharing her talent for creating beautiful vignettes and crafting memorable spaces with some lucky friends. Eventually, Charlotte made the decision to focus on her interior design business full time and has since expanded her brand to include a line of chic furniture.

I love Charlotte’s classic, East Coast sensibility and use of clean, neutral color palettes accented by vibrant art and a variety of interesting textures. She creates spaces that are at once chic, tailored, and effortless. She designed this home which was recently published in Connecticut Cottages & Gardens and perfectly exemplifies her aesthetic.

Charlotte Barnes Kitchen


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Paloma Signature

{Photography by George Ross for Connecticut Cottages & Gardens}

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  1. I lived in Greenwich,Connecticut after college, and while I’m originally from the area it was at this point when I became aware of the amazing design and architecture. I think Connecticut is perfect for so many reasons, but this post exemplifies why it’s wonderful for Architecture and Interiors specifically! Love this feature!