Nina Farmer is a Boston-based interior designer, responsible for the most amazing projects, and her latest one was definitely one of her best works so far! In Winchester, Massachusetts, there’s an amazing 1904 English Arts and Crafts-style house, where the designer displayed her talent and hard work, resulting in something stunning! Join Home And Decoration, and enjoy this amazing tour through an exquisite home.
The tour begins in the most important room of the house, the master suite. Through here, there’s a David Iatesta bench upholstered in an Hermès fabric that stands at the end of the vintage bed, which is from Massachusetts gallery Leonards New England. By the windows, there are BDDW fabric covers, along with Phillip Jeffries wall covers.
At this room, there’s a magnificent and upholstered sofa in a Nancy Corzine velvet, and a mid-century-modern pendant by Doria Leuchten. The curtain fabric is from Les Indiennes, the fireplace tiles are Waterworks, and also a 70’s antique Northern European coffee table through the Dutch gallery MORENTZ.
At the kitchen, there are exquisite Thomas Hayes barstools displayed under the kitchen island, over which hang pendants from Allied Maker. The Boston-based interior designer also added the dark brown trim on the Roman shades to echo the range hood’s brass trim.
The living room has several and exquisite seating areas with vintage cerused wood-and-rope chairs from Robert Stilin that sit at a round Charles Dudouyt table. There’s also a 1960s Illum Wikkelsø lounge chairs reupholstered in a Zak and Fox fabric that pull up to a blackened-steel-and-patinated brass coffee table from Novocastrian.
There’s a clear Mid-Century concept around this dining room, especially with this Morris & Co. wallpaper. Nina Farmer combined with curtains in a Rose Cummings fabric, mid-century-inspired armchairs from Orange Furniture covered in a Zak and Fox’s textile.