What’s the best cure for a snowstorm on the first day of spring? A 1860’s farmhouse infused with pale pinks, blues, celadons and corals decorated by Brittany Bromley and shot by our friend, Jane Beiles.
Everything about this home is fresh and springlike, from Sandberg‘s pastel tree wallpaper in the parlor and dining room to the Robert Kime floral fabric on the armchairs in the living room and the Lars Bolander light fixtures in the kitchen. Large windows throughout the house let the light in and the bright spaces glow with warmth.
The beautiful palette flows from room to room creating a sense of calm, casual elegance – a perfect retreat from the couple’s busy city life.
And let’s not forget the garden where a trestle pedestal table and chairs sit among the flowerbeds in the sunken garden. At some point the snow will melt and we’ll be seeing signs of spring…