Built in 1878 this farmhouse was historically restored to its original architecture. While inside a new and fresh expression is a study in contrasts: light plays against dark and rustic against refined. The rustic look is not only in keeping with the architectural vernacular of the house but with the surrounding landscape. Floors are covered in French white oak, juxtaposed against walls painted in a deep charcoal hue that’s ideal for showcasing art. Custom hand blown pear pendants supply subtle lighting, while earthenware speaks to a connection with the land. Antique French garden furniture, wood and metal pieces, a touch of leather, and plenty of luxurious handwoven fabrics add o the room’s rich mix of textures.