A CERAMIST’S FARMHOUSE IN UPSTATE NEW YORK

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I just came back from an amazing trip to Lapland (in Finland) which explains the lack of posts. I am busy sorting out all the photos I took but when this is done I will be featuring some here. In the mean time you can get an impression of our trip on Instagram.

Today I start fresh again with this stunning farmhouse in upstate New York (USA). It took 18 months to transform this dark two-story home into an airy loft like space. Owners Kelli Cain and Brian Crabtree did most of the work themselves. Kelli, who is a ceramist, even made the tiles for the kitchen backsplash. As they didn’t want to build something that would be a burden to the universe they used repurposed materials wherever they could. The massive sliding door separating the work and living space, for instance, was reclaimed wood from the old house’s floorboards. Read more about this beautiful home on Martha Stewart.

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Source: a href=”http://www.marthastewart.com/1125751/handcrafted-home-house-tour” target=”_blank”>Martha Stewart

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5 Responses to A CERAMIST’S FARMHOUSE IN UPSTATE NEW YORK

  1. Wow, lovely.

  2. It’s lovely, thanks.

  3. beautiful home. I really love it!

  4. This farmhouse is spectacular. I really enjoy that they did not go with a classic farmhouse look. Bringing a mixture of natural wood and dark colors brought a splash of modern home decor to this space. Great find!

  5. Holy moly! I live in an old farmhouse in upstate New York, but even I’m having farmhouse envy! I can’t belieeeeeve they took it all on themselves as well. Kuddos!

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