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Private Tour - A Subtle Sense of Style

Private Tour- A Subtle Sense of StyleA former gatehouse to the mews of Chevy Chase, the 1937 property possesses good bones, with tall windows and original molding.

Private Tour- A Subtle Sense of StyleThe two hit it off right away. Thai helped Bond hone collection, selecting pieces with clean, delicate lines and sending many of the couple’s English antiques down to their home in Mexico, Missouri.

Private Tour- A Subtle Sense of StyleExcept for a few botanical prints, the Bonds kept traditional artwork at a minimum. Instead, unadorned architectural elements make bold yet monochromatic statements. A pair of early 19th-century columns discovered at an antiques show in Annapolis flanks a Swedish settee in the living room.

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Private Tour- A Subtle Sense of StyleLoi Thai agrees. “It’s not just the aesthetic. It’s how it makes you feel. It really is beyond furniture.”

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