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Behold the Blue Farmhouse

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A few weeks back, we found a truly inspiring house in the pages of Dwell: a reinvented Sullivan County farmhouse that had skillfully taken the building modern. Most jaw-dropping was the kitchen and its wall of windows.

So we were thrilled to find that the house’s designer, Tom Givone, has undertaken other projects in the area, taking farm houses from rustic to revived. After the jump, you can see other images of this home he calls the Blue Farmhouse, and elsewhere on his site you can see some of his urban projects, too. We hope he’ll do many more projects and allow us to share them here.

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Category: Architecture, Interiors, Sullivan County

By: lisa | 21 October 2013 01:00 PM | 5 Comments

5 Responses

  1. Betsy says:

    What a beautiful, elemental reno. Love the screen door sliders. Congratulations!

  2. Lauren says:

    Ugh. All those huge windows make me think of is huge heating bills.

  3. Totally out of character with the original building and the landscape. Taking an old, hand-built farmhouse and turning it into a corporate anonybox is just disrespectful.

  4. Tom says:

    Too bad it was not brought back to its original glory. My farmhouse was in worse shape but most of the original design was retained during a gut renovation.

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