Architectural Digest

4 days ago

Designer @markhamroberts ’s neighbors were very curious when he started renovating the carriage house that sits across the road from his weekend retreat in upstate New York. “It’s a small town,” says the ebullient #AD100 talent of his Dutchess County hamlet. “So, you know, when you start something, everyone wants to know what you’re doing.” Though the nearly 150-year-old carriage house had long sat all but completely neglected, it was actually in good shape. After shoring up the structural sags, putting in new windows, and installing insulation, heat, and water, Roberts finished the reno by paneling the rooms in unfinished knotty pine. Visit the link in our profile to see inside the studio-retreat. Photo by @stephenkentjohnson text by @shaxriegler styled by @howardwchristian

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Deniz Bulut Ture

So charming

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_Arya🧿

✨😍

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Bozenna

Lovely 💚🌿

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Nanci Denker

❤️

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Sandra Fabela

💙💙💙

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Bryan Pore

That is perfection 👌

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s[ARCH]asm

♥️💥

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Mona

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Meera

Incredible 💛

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Iñíցօ ՏíӀѵɑ

I find it random but also satisfying to locate a house in a horizon or field, since it can navigate between land and other resources. 🧐🤔😊

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Interior Design |Home Decor

Beautiful 😍😍

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Nanci Denker

❤️

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Nanci Denker

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Kadim Kahve®

✨👌🏼✨

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Önder YILMAZ

Let's meet and get married

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