A Greenwich Dream Home

Chic in dress and poised in presence, designer Emma Jane Pilkington’s Connecticut house is no exception to her unparalleled taste.

Raised in Greenwich, CT, an adolescent Pilkington told herself she would never move back to the quaint area after experiencing the excitement of Chicago and Paris during college, and then New York City where she settled during the 1990s. After falling in love and marrying financier Todd Goergen, also raised in Greenwich, the couple came full circle and purchased a Norman-style house in their hometown.

After an extensive remodel by the talented architects at Ike Kligerman Barkley, this month’s Elle Decor explores the couple’s European-inspired abode – light-filled rooms, antiques mixed with modern, and exquisite flooring abound:

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PicMonkey CollageRow 1 – Aged White Marble and Pierre de Bruxelles / 18th century French Cheminee / Belgian Blue Counter Stone

Row 2 – 19th century Stone Urn / Aged Oak Flooring in Campagne 1 / Antique Butcher’s Rack

Row 3 – Louis XVI French Lustre / Louis XIV Trumeau Cheminee / 18th Century Console Table

Row 4  – Pigment and Ink Framed Media  / 19th century Table de Boucher / 18th Century Venetian Sconces

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