Wednesday, February 8, 2012

So Many Bookshelves in this Restored Farmhouse







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There are many more photos in the complete article about this delightful restored farmhouse. I'm over the moon seeing what Smith and Vansant Architects did at Willey Hill Cape in Norwich Vermont. You will be too, I promise! Tour the rest of the house here.

15 comments:

BEACH BUNGALOW said...

Gorgeous! The little floral rug at the bottom of the stairs is soooooo cute! I want it!

sue
xo

Kari Lønning said...

looks like a great house, with tons of storage. Loved the stone work throughout.

Bonnie said...

I would be so happy to have so many bookshelves. It would mean I could buy.....oh my.....more books!

pilgrimscottage said...

Let me guess...they must like to read. Or at least, look at books! Love the wallpaper in the half bath. Someone with good taste decorated this home so pretty.

Donna said...

Wouldn't it be great to have built-in book cases in every room!

ladyhawthorne said...

OOOOhhh I'm jealous. I could so fill all those shelves and more bit I only have one small built in shelf area and it's too deep to be very practical. Thankfully I have lots of freestanding shelf units.

Anonymous said...

WOW.

Kathy

Beth said...

I love the shelves in the bathroom! What a great house.

mytwocentsworth said...

Now THIS is a house I LOVE!

Jen said...

That Anna Quindlin quote is a favorite of mine, and sums up the way I feel about my children. That farmhouse looks wonderful--all those built-in bookcases would have me signing on the dotted line.

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

Every element in this house is my style. Love it!

Susie said...

I love how they have used every space available for their books. xo, Susie(She Junks)

Karen said...

So inviting...I love book cases filled with books and interesting items.
Karen

Susan said...

Thanks so much for showing us this charming renovation. I could just move right in! LOVE IT!

Ian from Downunder said...

Thanks for showing your followers this wounderful house. It rates as one of my all time favourites and not just because I'm a hopeless bibliophile.

Warmest regards from rainy Melbourne!