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Rural modernism in Kerhonkson.
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Deborah DeGraffenreid
Deborah DeGraffenreid
The new screened-in porch is where we Craigmile and O’Malley spend most of their time when it’s warm enough.
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the former screened-in porch is now the new dining room. Sconces by Cedar and Moss. The banquette is by West Elm. Walnut topped Saarinen table. Vintage Eames Molded Fiberglass side chairs.
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View of open plan kitchen and living room. The Bertoia barstools are by Knoll. O’Mallley’s vintage globe collection sits behind a sofa and chair by Room and Board. Pillows by Orla Kiely.
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A vintage Paul McCobb sideboard serves as the bar.
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A mini mud room with dog towels in the crate, and unidentified outsider art on the walls.
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A vintage Paul McCobb sideboard serves as the bar. Sconce is from Schoolhouse Electric. Smiths poster by Swissted.
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A pair of Wassily chairs by Marcel Breuer flank a vintage Kartell Componibili storage module. Craigmile collected the cherry bombs and vans framed pieces by noted outsider artist Gregory L. Blackstock.
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The vintage red vinyl lounge chair with bentwood arms imported from Michigan by O’Malley’s parents. Pillow by Judy Ross.
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The addition of the new deck made a previously little used and sloped part of the backyard a great place to BBQ and and hang out.
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The pink poster is by Massimo Vignelli circa 1963. The bird serigraphs are by noted mid-century modern illustrator Charley Harper. The abstract paintings are by O’Malley. On the table, carved figures by outsider artist Sulton Rogers stand next toa collection of wooden folk art figures by Alexander Girard.
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