In the inherited house of the mid-18th century in Vermont (USA), Mackie Sterrett and her husband Reid moved with caution. Old floors, gloomy colors and rooms narrow, like bowling alleys, frightened the newlyweds. However, Mackie, a designer by profession, breathed new life into the old farmhouse. First of all, the walls were demolished, turning the dining room and living room into a single living space, then it was decided to repaint all the wooden surfaces in cheerful lemon color. The faience oven and chairs of the times of Louis XVI were also restored. In the decor, Mackie used antique furniture, chandeliers, picture frames and vases, inherited from her mother. The result is a unique project of a three-hundred-year-old house: bright, spacious and unusual!
About Author:Maria is the lead author at pufikhomes.com. She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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