another dream home

e780eba5e714257d2c52be214e4ae10e i admit i use the term "dream home" often...but this time for real...

54c726ad3aa930ba94fa40671e92eb74 e283eeb4370351569139d4b11ccf2bf6a0e114b769d2c7eaa888b4c6260c4511 948bfcd89b76e4410211c9f7a0445603 e660b7c9159c6ef0f6e1b8eba1ec7442 c2b3c56729986595bbb9364714d51393d99301e9b853d0580ee5b443a04fe76d 6be512b96ecae5779299f7d1902b845f f1b53dd10ae83c8c5685e47dce2b28ec d8d98e9cf5fa369aed7847d1a85d846f 4808d3b6378c93f673d545197a43fd1f 6128b21ad24c14ae67040faa95fa02f1 cee5b8a3ac08859baad7930e732f6788this is what happens when a collector of all the best midcentury design builds a dream home. Ms. Kelvin simply did not have the room to showcase all of her treasures in a typical manhattan abode. the solution? a home in the country. this home started as an unremarkable ranch...which ms. kelvin's architect douglas larson believed to be the perfect blank canvas for something truly remarkable. it turns out he was right. the result is completely remarkable. a dream home for sure.

xo mrs. french