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Daniel Romualdez’s Connecticut Home

by habituallychic

10 . 23 . 19

While driving to the Plain Goods shop in New Preston, Connecticut, we drove past the home of interior designer Daniel Romualdez. The 18th-century former stone tavern had previously belonged to fashion designer Bill Blass but Romauldez has put his personal spin on the rooms without ruining any of the original charm. Landscape designer Miranda Brooks first sketched her ideas for the gardens and driveway on a napkin but had to amend her original plans when the neighboring property was acquired. The final result distinguished inside and out as Romauldez told Vogue in a feature in 2012.

You can read the whole story and learn more about this illustrious property on Vogue.com.

Photos via Vogue, Miranda Brooks Landscape Design, and Hanya Yanagihara.