Traditional Home is one of my favorite magazines. I have had a subscription since I was in college. Their outlook on design is much the same as mine. Classic interiors that are timeless. There are ways to make them feel fresh, and that is exactly what we do at Todd Richesin Interiors! They have just published another one of my projects in the November issue. We are happy they liked it as much as we did, and hope you will enjoy it as well. This is a farmhouse I designed for a couple with grown children. They wanted a home that felt grounded. That it had been in the spot for generations. We accomplished this by having an incredible builder, and by using some beautiful and unique antique elements, including a set of antique windows from a house in Provence. It is a one of a kind home, for a one of a kind family. Debbie, my client, is an amazing cook among other things, and she loves for the entire family to be there at the same time…..enjoying each others company, and making memories in a house that will be around for generations. They also breed and raise the most amazing horses. Irish Draught Horses. These are majestic animals, and what a perfect spot to do it. The entire project fits together perfectly…..just like Debbie’s family and those beautiful horses. Enjoy.
Read the entire article at http://www.traditionalhome.com/design_decorating/howwelive/farmhouse-style-renovation_ss1.html