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Inside the Olivebridge home of architect Steven Keith and food stylist Roscoe Betsill.
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Deborah DeGraffenreid
Keith and Ruby in the living room. The painting, Sunflowers, is by Francis Tint.
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An illustration of a Hudson Valley Resort Camp circa 1905 in the mud room.
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Betsill's collection of copper pots, vintage bowls, and culinary implements.
Betsill's collection of antique drafting tools, inherited from his father.
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Subtle shades of color are used throughout the home, as exemplified in the guest room.
A view up the stairs to the second floor.
Deborah DeGraffenreid
Steven Keith and Roscoe Betsill designed their 2,000-square-foot weekend home to appear as if it rises from the surrounding woods.
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Keith and Betsill getting ready to entertain in their open-plan dining room.
A drawing by Mark Beard in the master bedroom is framed by the natural art of the Catskill Mountains. Keith designed the bed.
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Wooden finishes and natural create a sense of tranquility in the master bathroom.
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Keith and Ruby in the living room. The painting, Sunflowers, is by Francis Tint.

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