MSR Design completed the renovation of Private Estate (many properties with robust rustic aspects). Positioned in the rural lands of Pennsylvania, the principal residence which dates back to the 19th century, has “suffered” some transformations, getting to be much more present day and cozy. The authentic feel was kept, for this was the client’s wish. The notion was to deliver much more of the outdoor within the property and to open up the interior to the exterior spaces. In other words, a dialogue in between these 2 environments was established, in purchase to develop a harmonious living space. “Encompassing 14 buildings, the estate contains a primary home with an orangerie, an adjacent yoga studio, 3 guesthouses, a dining hall with a industrial kitchen, barns (including a milking parlor, cheese processing facility, and cheese caves) and a variety of agricultural buildings, greenhouses, gardens, and orchards.”
The back of the main home accommodates a green courtyard with a stone-paved alley and a variety of trees and plants. Floor-to-ceiling windows and roof openings bathe the interior in organic light. The unpretentious raw walls and the classic stone cladding contrast with some of the present day finishings. The furnishings is also shabby chic, specially selected to produce a unitary residing environment. There are a couple of exciting factors of décor: such as “the green wall” (fully produced of plants), panels of rust (for an edgy effect) and a royal-like bathroom. An illusive contradiction of designs that perform so, so effectively together!
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