When a property agent showed the couple this 1880s barn in upstate New York, they were immediately captivated by the local countryside, the views of the Hudson River and the Catskills. And they were not even frightened by the large-scale restoration that the home required. The owner of the house, Rebecca, works as a creative consultant, and her husband Christopher is a photographer, such a family creative union helped them do everything without a designer. The couple does not like bright colors, so in the interiors they used black, gray, wood shades, milky in the main. This range, according to the owners, also helped them to emphasize the ancient spirit of the barn with wooden floors. Christopher is a big fan of antiques, and here he unleashed his passion. For example, a bathroom sink was purchased for only $15 from a furniture dealer, a post with a Ford GT (probably 1960s) was found in London’s Sunbury antiques market, and a beautiful wood bar was purchased from a Hudson antiques dealer. The family managed to give new life to this building and make the interior as personal and dear as possible!
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