A 19TH CENTURY BARN IN HUDSON VALLEY, NEW YORK

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Architecture and interiors firm BarlisWedlick did an amazing job in renovating and redesigning this 19th century barn in Hudson Valley, New York. The main house is constructed from structural insulated panels from Vermont Timber Frames and clad in charred cedar. The open living-and-bedroom area of this rural retreat (image below) can be divided by a wall that rises from within the master-suite platform. Interior designer Elaine Santos blended her client’s collection of vintage furniture with no-fuss pieces like a Shaker-style bench by Ilse Crawford for De La Espada. The keyword that was used for the interior design is “neo-Shaker”. Everything in the house needed to be functional but also inviting. In this way, the tactile experience of objects was just as important as their aesthetics. The result is simply stunning!

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Source: Dwell Magazine.

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6 Responses to A 19TH CENTURY BARN IN HUDSON VALLEY, NEW YORK

  1. Love the house, love the stairs with the bookcase. Nice to have you back!!!

  2. I love it! Bathroom, master bedroom, windows…<3

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  4. Gorgeous! I live in the Catskills, near the Hudson Valley, and we have an old barn on our property. Sometimes I imagine what it would be like to turn it into our residence…. Always cool to see how people divide such wide open space to create cozy functionality.

  5. Fantastic, especially books near the stairs & mix of yellow and grey & armchair!

  6. I wish I knew the color of the wood surrounding the bed. I have been searching hi and low for exactly that shade. 🙁

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