John Lord House
We were brought on to create the interiors for the owners’ new home in Weston, CT after the family of four (plus two goats) decided to leave their Tribeca home in favor of a historic farmhouse outside the city. Built in 1790 with a series of additions over the years, we worked to recreate and reconnect the original assemblage of homes on the property. Connecting them, we inserted shiplap on walls and windows to create the sensation of a bridge linking the two houses. We worked with a combination of local brands, vintage pieces, and collectible design items to furnish the space to appeal to the owner’s relationship to the historic home and location as well as their discerning design palate.
Scope: Interior Architecture and Design, Furnishings, Decoration and Art
Location: Weston, CT
Photography: Nicole Franzen