Living Off the Land-Kitchen

KITCHEN | Harrison says she used “simple materials and a serene color palette to reflect the natural elements of the architecture juxtaposed with the landscape.”

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Living Off the Land-Exterior

The siding is made from composite concrete, which helps to reduce maintenance and outlasts traditional painted lumber. The aluminum standing-seam roof is composed of 98% recycled content.

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Living Off the Land-Bathroom

MASTER BATHROOM | The idea of indoor-outdoor living played an important part in the home’s design. The master bathroom has its own exterior door.

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Breaking With Tradition-Fireplace

The painting over the fireplace “has special meaning to the wife,” the designer says. The ebony china cabinet is one of Bresin’s favorites. “When I first saw that china cabinet […]

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Cottage Revival-Breakfast Area

BREAKFAST AREA | Just off the kitchen, the breakfast room has additional leaded-glass windows and another window seat—this one curved—that sits atop a radiator cover. Ladder back chairs with cane […]

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Home for the Holidays-Exterior

Built circa 1867, Laura and Marc Feaster’s historic country home in Shrewsbury once served as the carriage house and stable for Dr. William H. Van Buren, a prominent New York […]

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