The old New England charm materializes in the smallest of details, from a fireplace crane & trammel, a beehive oven door to decorative nails, bean strap hinges, thumb latches & pulls. Description from I searched for this on
Arabella Lennox-Boyd, one of England’s leading garden designers, has established a multitude of inspiring spaces at Gresgarth, the Lancashire home she shares with her husband, former politician Sir Mark Lennox-Boyd. One area (shown frosted by winter) features a swirling pavement of pebbles dappled with stone stars and zodiacal signs (not shown) relating to the Lennox-Boyd family; Maggy Howarth, a mosaic artist, did the honors.
I've already pinned this once, but there is the story: A simple cottage undergoes a sophisticated transformation that respects its past but celebrates its quirky character. Antiques dealer Angus Wilkie has owned this foursquare early-19th-century cottage on four acres for 18 years. The house is located 110 miles northeast of New York City, where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound. Read more at Marthastewart.com: 35 Home Tours
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For sale: $325,000. This historic home (circa 1810) in the heart of Clinton blends old-world charm and modern-day comfort. Nestled on nearly an acre of private grounds close to the center of town and just up the street from beautiful Clinton Beach, its stately exterior and gardens display the New England character of the 4-bedroom, 1.1-bath Colonial. That appeal is heightened inside by original wide-board wood flooring, 6 fireplaces, hallways adorned with hand-painted murals, and beamed…