A Historical New England Farmhouse Brought Back to Life.

This 17th century farmhouse had beautiful architectural details but was in need of some serious tlc. We worked with Cummings Architects to do a complete renovation and addition on this historical home. We salvaged whatever original materials we were able to celebrate its history. It has become a stunning example of how old and new materials can work seamlessly together.

This home was taken down to the studs and lathe. We reframed the kitchen to create a larger space for cooking and entertaining. A wall of windows lets the light fill this room creating the perfect nook for reading or sharing breakfast. Details like handmade lighting, reclaimed wood beams, and trompe l’oeil tile perfectly compliment one another. Reclaimed wood floor boards were hand-plained and refinished to be brought back to their original glory. A new master suite and master bath were added, along with a new two-car garage. The original bedrooms, living room, and dining room were restored. New full bathrooms were added complete with ship-lap walls, a marble shower, and claw foot tub.

¬†Photos by Meg Manion and Eric Roth. Architecture by Cummings Architects. Styling by Ellen O’Connor and Ashley Courtney.