Married Interior Designers Find Their Sweet Spot in a Historic Home

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Name: Tracy, Jason and Lucy the Chihuahua
Location: Historic Village — Zionsville, Indiana

Tracy and Jason have a bright, clean and modern aesthetic that makes their 1890s historic home sing. After moving around for a bit their new home has beautiful hardwood floors, enviable amounts of natural light all in a seriously quaint small town. After a year in their space the home looks curated yet warm and is still a work in progress.

From Tracy: Both Jason and I are interior designers by trade and luckily have very similar styles. We’ve been married almost seven years now and have lived in seven different homes/condos/apartments together. We have finally found our sweet spot in the historic village of Zionsville, Indiana. We are walking distance from restaurants, shops, bars and surrounded by historic architecture.

Our home is over 120 years old with lots of charm and around 1,200 square feet. We have done quite a bit of cosmetic updates in the last year and would describe our style as “Mid-century – boho – minimalist” You heard it here first! Both of us would consider ourselves minimalist at heart with a love for Mid-century modern furniture and design. One of my favorite parts of our home is the aged and worn hardwood floors paired with the clean and minimal Saarinen Tulip dining table and Eames molded plastic chairs. We also like to mix the high (Bertoia Diamond chairs) and the the low (IKEA sofa). This allows our home to have a clean, minimal look, while still remaining livable and cozy (and affordable!) Our “Mid-century – boho – minimalist” abode is a labor of love and a work in progress!

Thanks much, Tracy!

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