Old English Style Reclaims The Throne In This Los Angeles Redo
In a renovation, the old saw "measure twice, cut one" still proves sharp. For Los Angeles interior designer Norm Wogan, these are words to live by. His goal in revamping his 1926 Tudor Revival home in an Old World style was a redo that would be the house's first and its last; a Tudor that is as toothsome as it is timeless.
"I love English and European antiques and an Old Word feeling," Norm says. "When this style is done correctly the first time, it's timeless. You never have to redo the design except to update it with paint.