The graphic quality of a Harlequin-pattern tile backsplash creates a focal point in the clean-lined contemporary kitchen, Montana Tile and Stone was a source of inspiration as Indreland selected tile, granite and marble accents throughout the house.
In the dining room handpainted antique wallpaper from France and an original stained glass window add elegant detail to the home.
Maile, the beloved Westy, greets visitors at the threshold of Ileana Indreland and Michael Delaney’s historic Georgian Colonial Revival Style home in Bozeman. The home was designed by architect Fred Willson in 1913.
In the living room original stained glass windows light the timeless interiors that Ileana Indreland cultivated with Bozeman interior designer Helen Kent of Kent Interiors.
Original handpainted English wallpaper from the 1920s balances the masculine tone of the “cigar room.” Langlas & Associates were able to restore the original oak flooring and Craftsman light fixtures designed by Fred Willson.