Since Capano planted seeds in Bryn Mawr, she wanted her Main Line cottage to mirror her taste.
Their 1930’s 1930s-era stone exterior home is nestled on an acre of land, with a backyard styled after gardens in the Hamptons, providing the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle.
The 4,200-foot four-bedroom two-bathroom home originally had to be rewired. But when that was over with, designer Brittany Hakimfar of Far Studio dove all in.
The interior aims to emulate a tone of “moody opulence,” but each room is unique, emanating a moody vibe. Key pieces in the home are custom designed, such as the living room’s marble mantelpiece.
The power room is a personal favorite of Hakimfar, with such a small space, it has ornate features such as a foliage wallcovering, custom mirror, marble vanity, and brass accents.
Capano felt that it was important to have muted tones to evoke a calm setting, since that’s where her family gathers the most.
To see pictures of this artfully designed Main Line cottage, visit Vogue.
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