Maine Home + Design featured an old home with good bones on the southern Maine coast. To preserve as much character as possible, architect Walter Wilson persuaded the owners to keep the home's original staircase, which they were skeptical of at first. They later warmed up to the idea. Elsewhere in the house, the layout changed completely for efficient flow from room to room. Changing the location of interior doors and upgrading the old, damaged windows to Marvin windows helped pull the design together.
Having lived in France, Hong Kong, and Japan, the owners of the home appreciated various types of textiles and art. Designer Amanda Pratt helped design the interior to unite it all with modern flair.
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