It’s a coming together, a partnership, a considered mix that transformed a town’s old post office into a contemporary farmhouse. Sullivan + Associates worked on revising the layout while interior designers White Arrow worked their magic on the interiors for this historic Matha’s Vineyard renovation. Vintage pieces with modern furniture, shiplap and traditional features with the needs of contemporary living. “The home’s interiors take inspiration in the nearby ocean and farmland, with indigo-dyed canvas, warm textural linen, natural fibers, and leather.”
“Our approach was to design each interior space with crisp, yet sparing architectural embellishments, punctuated by layers of unexpected surface materials and a museum-quality art collection … We wanted it to feel ornate, but also feel light and classical, with a hyper-modern edge.”
Designer Dylan Farrell named the project Georgian Modern. I call it a fabulous mix of different styles and eras with a museum-quality art collection.
Photography by Francois Dischinger
An inter-generational change of hands meant not only a contemporary makeover for this Park Avenue apartment but that interior designer Jeremiah Brent was asked to honour the family matriarch, the previous occupant. The starting point was a stellar collection of Mesoamerican pottery and the statues crafted by the husband’s mother.
Photography by Nicole Franzen