Monday, 4 January 2010

New Home on Martha's Vineyard

Come and have a look inside this residence on Martha’s Vineyard. Remodeled by architects Mark Ferguson and Oscar Shamamian. The interiors were designed by Michael S. Smith.

A pair of pendant ceiling lights add a nautical feel to the kitchen.

The dining room, with views of the ocean, features a mahogany table and chairs designed by Smith .

The master bedroom’s fireplace has 18th-century blue-and-white delft tiles on the surround; above the mantel hangs an 1855 painting by Carl Justus Harmen Fedeler. At the foot of the tigermaple cannonball bed, a custom design, is a 19th-century quilt.

Colonial American elements such as the lunette window and beadboard walls and ceiling in one of the guests' rooms. Above the headboard is a fan carving, from Sotheby’s.

All images and information from Architectural Digest.

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  1. Lovely. That master bedroom is perfection The fireplace, angled walls, window seat, and the decorating could very well make this my new dream room. So cozy and inviting

  2. I. love. it.... thanks for taking the time to find all the beautiful photos on your blog.

  3. Thanks so much Carol and Shawn for your comments!

  4. The kitchen is perfect for me! I would take it as is!


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