By Carren Jao
Before its transformation, Tamara Kaye-Honey’s 1924 Tudor suffered decades of inattention.
With its wood-shingled roof, gumwood cabinetry and beige walls, the four-bedroom Altadena home lacked charm and modern comforts when Kaye-Honey first laid eyes on it.
Yet the interior designer “fell in love with the bones,” drawn to the home’s openness and dramatic arches, she said. Sensing its potential, she and husband Ryan Honey purchased the property for $1.175 million in 2007.
Over the next decade, the couple turned the cutesy storybook home into a more modern hideaway while preserving its Old World soul.
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