This Tudor Revival home located in Princeton, New Jersey was once the residence of Woodrow Wilson while he served as President of Princeton University.  Wilson commissioned New York architect Edward S. Child in 1895.  When the client purchased the home it was ready for an update for modern living.   The owners were, however, keen on incorporating design elements that would complement the historic architecture and therefore filling it with quality pieces that spoke to its heritage. 19th Century antiques paired with modern elements and functional furnishings contemporize each room. Elegant yet comfortable spaces were created to accommodate large family gatherings and corporate board meetings alike.