Stefania wanted to keep faith with the 1880s architecture of a Catskill mountain town. Gutted the from ground up, with labor and materials drawn from local sources, the space remains true to its farmhouse heritage. It began with the question: "What does the space call for? What does it deserve?" We answered. Almost every piece of art and furniture, down to the cabinetry, vanities, and bathtub were custom-created for the space. An interplay of wood, with brass, copper, bronze, and steel accent the space.
1. Shiplap walls and ceiling
2. Painted pine floors
3. Dynasty Full Access White Gloss Ricci Cabinets
4. Oxidized Bronze Metal Backsplash for the stove- Atlas Metals
5. Versilia Griga Zodiac Counter tops