Dakota Restoration

New York, NY

Photographer: Michael Arnaud

Built in 1884 the home was decorated and furnished in the style of the American Aesthetic movement which maintained that art should not be confined to painting sculpture, and architecture, but should be a part of everyday life. Aestheticism embraced not only the “high” arts, but also ceramics, metalwork, and furniture-making, all of which can be seen in this meticulous restoration.

The work was executed by Traditional Line and remains one of New York City’s most impressive private museum quality restorations.