for the talented couple behind Hawkins New York, Nick Blaine and Paul Denoly, reviving this 18th-century farm house in upstate new york presented yet another opportunity to blend their unique styles—a process they’re quite accustomed to as the co-founders of their home-goods store, known for its balance of modernity and warmth.
i love the subtle pink palette they selected for the newly restored but centuries-old property, along with the couple’s many rustic meets modern textural updates, like the paneling Blaine designed for the living room walls, the chair rail they created in the kitchen using copper electrical tape and the gorgeous vaulted ceilings upstairs. i think if i lived here, i’d split the majority of my time between the vintage daybed turned banquette in the breakfast room and that cozy-looking reading nook! what’s your favorite aspect of this expertly curated home?
from sfgirlbybay http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/2017/01/12/at-home-with-hawkins-ny/