Claudia Schiffer’s Tudor Mansion
Many people eschew traditional architecture because they think it can’t look modern or work for a young family. Claudia Schiffer’s historic English Tudor mansion from 1574 couldn’t be more traditional but there is nothing stuffy or old about the interior design. She shares the home with her director husband, Matthew Vaughn (Layer Cake), their three young children, and a menagerie of assorted animals. True to English interior design, many of the rooms feature patterned wallpaper and fabrics perfect for children, pets, and guests. I hope this home makes people rethink their opinion of traditional.
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