No, not in France but New York, but I just had to share it! Take a look at this farmhouse owned by designer James Huniford.
James Huniford claims to be “a minimalist at heart.” And while that may well be true (his interiors are never too packed, too layered, too colorful, or too overwhelming), he’s also never afraid to make a grand statement. “I’m not really into little vignettes,” he says. “I’m into bold strokes. My visual sensibility is based on what is going to have the most impact.”
Never is that philosophy more evident than in his weekend home, a circa 1855 Bridgehampton, NY, farmhouse that he meticulously restored (out went the unfortunate aluminum siding and in went details like shingles, wide-plank floors, and cast-iron radiators). But the house isn’t such a period piece that it’s not cozy. “I wanted it to be comfortable for me, my family, and my friends,” says the designer. That it is, but it’s also a next-level example of how to use reclaimed and rustic elements to create a totally refined space.
Source: Habitually Chic and One Kings Lane.