In this 1930s Connecticut Colonial, interior designer David Netto creates an unexpected experience the moment you walk through the front door. He combines traditional and eclectic global design elements, all with continental flair. A traditional foyer and winding staircase with Audubon prints are the first act in a showcase of interior spaces. Rattan chairs hold court around a claw-and-ball-feet table, and lacquered walls and Pablo Picasso Pottery are at home with beamed ceilings and Grecian urns. To see a full tour, be sure to check out the original article from Veranda here.

Architecture by Sam Mitchell / Photography by Francesco Lagnese

Written by Wendy C. Smith, Home Contributor