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UPDATED: I am currently obsessed with this Fairfield, Connecticut farmhouse designed by Timothy Whealon so I scoured every corner of the web for additional images. Luckily, I found quite a few more on Whealon’s Instagram as well as on Pinterest. Here’s the updated tour.?

Several times over the last few years, we have found our dream homes in the pages of a magazine. House Beautiful, and then Veranda, showed us a stunning Spanish Revival home in the Hollywood Hills owned and designed by Mark Sikes (which by the way, is being redecorated as we speak!!!). Elle Decor featured the most charming Mill Valley farmhouse that belongs to Blythe Harris and her family, and that was perfectly appointed by Gil Schafer and Rita Konig (I still can’t get over this one.) Then it was a sprawling Cape Cod property that once belonged to style doyenne Bunny Mellon and redecorated for the new owners by Kathryn M.Ireland, again published in House Beautiful. And Tom Scheerer’s East Hampton cottage is certainly at the top of the list for many.

Right now, another dream home is found in the June issue of Veranda. Have you seen it? I can’t even describe how much I love this 19th-century Connecticut farmhouse, designed by Timothy Whealon. Trust me, you’ll want to pick up a copy at your earliest convenience!!! Here are a few sneak peeks I found online.?

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Long Island is well-known for its slew of gorgeous homes and Vogue editor Anna Wintour’s summer getaway in Mastic is no exception. Built in 1820 on Forge River, Long Island, the house was decorated by Carrier & Company and published in The World of Interiors almost a decade ago. The interiors are cozy and chic, and, not surprisingly, still looking fresh today. The gardens are a work of art as well. Their carefully planned “wilderness” was beautifully executed by landscape designer Miranda Brooks. Overall, it’s a project I often return to for inspiration and I hope you’ll enjoy revisiting it together just as much. Happy Wednesday!?

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Hello, May!!! The past couple of months have flown, I can’t believe it’s May already! I’m happy it’s nice and warm outside and the neighborhood looks (and smells) amazing- tulips, daffodils, muscari and lilac are everywhere, but I’m twice as happy because my mom is flying-in tomorrow and we’ll get to have her with us for three weeks!!! Eeek!!!?

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Happy Friday! You won’t believe the treat I’ve got for you today!!!?My ever-growing love of gardens has led me to read a feature in House Beautiful several years ago about a mother & daughter enterprise called Hillbrook Collections. I was stunned at the time because their garden sheds were some of the most beautiful I’d ever seen. You see, Hillbrook Collections is for many garden lovers the answer to an unspoken prayer.?Run by Alison Carabasi, it is a family owned company that fills a gap in the market. They produce beautiful garden structures, inspired by classical architecture, that are tailored and handcrafted out of the finest woods by local Pennsylvania craftsmen.

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A couple of days ago I read a most interesting story. A few years back, a couple in Britain, Sarah and Andrew Howard, were looking to buy a property in the beautiful Cotswolds region. After months of searching in vain, they came across their dream home. The problem? Well, there were several. First, the home was not in their desired location. Second, it was in shambles. Although still retaining its original charm, the 18th-century Georgian manor was set to be soon dismantled.

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(The Old Manor, as the Howards found her)

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