Elizabeth Dinkel’s Brentwood Regency Estate was a ground up construction project replacing the client’s
existing Spanish style house. Working with Architect Thomas Proctor, the result
is a new 12,000 square foot classical Regency-inspired home with a fresh, young
palette that reinterprets a traditional architecture vernacular. 61
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A sweeping view of the rear of the house as seen from the pool house featuring the lovely loggia area and outdoor terrace.
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The graphic look of the marble checkerboard floor in the entry hall sets a dressy Regency tone.
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The formal gallery is the backbone of the house and adjoins the living room to the dining room, family room and kitchen.
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The entry hall with a beautiful antique Venetian bench upholstered in a cut velvet fabric from Brunschwig & Fils.
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The wood paneled and pickled family room featuring a pair of wing chairs upholstered in Cowtan & Tout striped fabric.
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The formal dining room features an emerald green de Gournay wallpaper with Holland & Sherry embroidered curtains.
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The formal dining room also features beautifully curated and collected antiques.
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The all-white kitchen is fresh and clean. The vintage hanging fixtures and Carrara marble contrast nicely with the more modern white aesthetic.
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This is the most utilized room in the house. A beautiful antique Persian carpet sets the backdrop for the room. An A. Rudin sofa and the George Smith chairs make for a comfortable family space.
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The living room doubles as a screening room with fully motorized window treatments.
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The children’s bedroom is appointed with caned and painted Louis XV style beds and beautiful Continental antiques.
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The downstairs playroom is a fun space for the children with lots of storage for their toys and art projects.
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Master bedroom detail of the bed with beautiful Pratesi classic chain linens.
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A pretty vignette in the master bedroom showing a corner chaise upholstered in a Clarence House chintz next to a Maison Jansen steel and brass occasional table.
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These his and her master baths highlight different materials. Her bathroom features a salmon colored marble inlaid in a neoclassical pattern.
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An all-white Thassos with polished nickel inset details in his bathroom.
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A view of the pool house from the formal terrace.
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The pool house loggia feature Janus et Cie’s Amalfi iron furniture and a Georgian porch light fixture from Vaughan.
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The pool house loggia
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The formal loggia includes both dining and a seating area. This space uses furniture from Loom at both seating arrangements.