This 1920’s Georgian Colonial serves as the primary creative laboratory for Liz herself. This stately New England family home appears to be one thing from the outside while the inside is anything but ordinary. The maximalist interiors serve as a cabinet of curiosities for Liz and her team and are constantly evolving. The home is a true study of dualities — old and new, classic and whimsical — and is inclusive of every color imaginable. It’s an exploration of color, pattern and restrained eclecticism. The result is a happy home, full of heart and unexpected moments at every turn.