This 1920s Georgian Colonial serves as the primary creative laboratory for Liz herself. The stately New England family home appears to be one thing from the outside while the inside is anything but ordinary. Maximalist interiors serve as a cabinet of curiosities and are constantly evolving. The home, a study of dualities — old and new, classic and whimsical — is an exploration of color, pattern, and restrained eclecticism. The result is a home full of collections, meaning, and unexpected moments.

Architect: Design Crossover Architecture
Builder: Opus Master Builders
Landscape Design: Greg Lombardi and Parterre Landscape Services

“Every home is a story — singular and meaningful, surprising and comforting. From those intangible qualities, we create a tangible reality — an enduring home where life unfolds in harmony, beauty and joy.”