Philip and Arlety Bowman have a serious case of the blues and they couldn’t be happier about it.
“From navy to cornflower to cerulean, the color washes over their New Canaan residence like a spring rain, giving the 1933 Colonial Revival home a clean, bold feeling that’s defiantly contemporary, yet completely in sync with the architecture’s roots.
“’Clean and bold’ are not words that came to mind the first time the Bowmans saw the house three years ago. Although the structure had been attractively remodeled by the previous owners back in the 1990s, the creamy interiors felt more elegant than exuberant. And with two young children at home (daughter Consuelo, now nine, and son Juan-Carlos, seven), the Bowmans wanted a place that was breezy, youthful, and lighthearted.”
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