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New england interior

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for New england interior. Get inspired and try out new things.
In rebuilding their 1810 center-chimney Federal, Tammy and Doug Mackeown went to great lengths to bring the home back to its original condition. The work included replacing the front-hall railing and balusters, which vandals had ripped out.

When a Federal house in Middletown, CT, spoke to Tammy and Doug Mackeown, they were willing to move heaven (almost) and earth to make it theirs.

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From the charming cottages of coastal Maine to stately Connecticut mansions, these traditional New England interiors showcase our nation’s style roots. For more great American design inspiration, read on.

One side of the kitchen is lined with peg rails. The round baskets beneath the island store clean dish towels. The wooden stools were another Marston House find, and the wire baskets were sourced from Trillium Soaps in Rockland, Maine, which also sells a selection of housewares.

Last September scrolling through Instagram feeds from my native Maine, I was struck by a small compound of houses on the craggy island of Spruce Head. Thre

Feature Friday:  Sweet Shady Lane

This is a repeat Feature Friday, but so good this time of year. Enjoy Sweet Shady Lane all over again! This was originally published in 2018. ********************************************* Happy Friday friends! If you love New England, today's Feature Friday is influenced heavily by Nantucket style with nautical influences, which makes sense since she lives on a lake. Meet Heather with Sweet Shady Lane. I first saw her on Instagram, discovered she has a blog (which isn't really updated in…

The pantry window once graced an old English cottage.

Tucked into a cove on the Maine coast, a tiny saltbox grows to a crowd-pleasing getaway without giving up its sweet cottage ambivalence.

Kitchen style. Designed by architect Jeffrey Barnes with Weather Hill Restoration, the kitchen reflects the house's 18th-century roots without sacrificing the benefits of modern conveniences. The pine cabinets feature a rich forest-green painted finish. The cherry countertops are protected with a nontoxic sealer. The original rough-hewn ceiling beams were exposed; the multi-paned windows & plankwood flooring are also true to the period. Local Vermont marble tops the island.

A Vermont couple rehabilitated their 1792 home with attention to historical accuracy as well as health and environmental concerns. Seventeen years ago, a married couple purchased this Federal-period house in rural Vermont. Once part of a large dairy farm, the 1792 farmhouse and 55-acre property represented the best of both worlds, since the wife wanted an old house and the husband wanted some land. As time passed, however, she realized that she was getting sick fairly regularly and that her…