A 19th century farmhouse in New York

Posted on Wed, 5 May 2021 by KiM

A beautiful traditional farmhouse exterior (located in Ancramdale, NY) surprises you on the inside. The interiors of this modest 19th century farmhouse were pared down and simplified to better foreground its owner’s collection of contemporary art while a unified color scheme and the absence of wood surfaces created a backdrop for an interior design scheme focused on effortless eclecticism. Furniture and accessories were drawn from icons of twentieth century design, early American antiques, and charming vintage and flea market finds to create a domestic environment that is both playful and finely nuanced. The exterior of the farmhouse was painted a muted dusty grey, its modesty only offset by a vibrant yellow door and a romantic and exuberant garden and outdoor courtyard. The outdoor perennial beds, also designed by Berman Horn Studio, change with the seasons, and create a colorful oasis within the rolling landscape. Designed by Berman Horn Studio. (Photography: Rush Jagoe)

Rachel B says:

So beautiful and peaceful – I love the gardens and the quilts!

Prebet says:

J’adooore , superbe ! Beaucoup de personnalité !

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.
Required fields are indicated by *