Purity of Purpose...

The metal stools in the kitchen had me at hello. This circa-1920s mill
house was a labor of love, that took 12 years and two renovations to
complete, to make room for a growing family. Not only did the the couple
restore the floors and transform the layout, but they took the entire footprint
of the house up, adding a second floor and doubling the overall square footage
of the house. The pristine palette enveloping the space leaves you with a
strong impression. The homeowners were drawn to white because it is clean,
simple, and easy to live with. He wanted to make his home the idyllic opposite
of his workspace, a metalworking studio; going from the gritty and cluttered
character of his shop, to the purity and quietude of his home. The hints of color throughout the house are shown by a few carefully chosen heirlooms, locally sourced antiques and works on canvas by home owner's mother.

courtesy: AH&L
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