Emily Tesh teamed up with North Carolina Karen Fridy to completely transform this Winston Salem Tudor.
This charming home was originally built in 1929 by renowned architect Lorenzo Winslow, who for many years was the official architect for the White House.
Fridy & Tesh worked together for three years bringing their clients' vision to life. From the rugs to the light fixtures, and everything in between, was selected from Furnitureland South.
Photography by Megan Wright, Furnitureland South
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