A dark and dilapidated Tudor home in a suburban Boston neighborhood was given new life through a large addition, interior renovations, and a fresh new color scheme. In our continuing exploration of the idea of ‘compliment to counterpoint’ for additions to historic homes, our approach on this project was to enlarge the home using the same vocabulary and materials in a seamless design. New spaces include a large eat-in Kitchen, Family Room and Master Suite. Landscape work included an in-ground pool, an expanded front terrace, and a new stone terrace off of the Kitchen and Living Room. The traditional leaded windows, stair rails, and paneled walls were restored, and serve as a contrasting backdrop to the homeowner’s eclectic furnishings. Interior Design by Lindsay Bentis, Thread Art and Design.