Few can master a natural palette as well as designers Michael DePerno and Andrew Fry have. The July/August issue of Veranda published a beautiful story written by Jennifer Ash Rudick and photographed by Laura Resen that takes us inside their dreamy 1910 Connecticut cottage. Their New Preston shop,?Plain Goods,?opened a little over a year ago and has already garnered attention for its exquisite displays of curated goods – it’s become a destination for all things chic, from English and Early American antiques to carefully selected fashions. The house, as their shop, is cozy, comfortable, light and layered with pieces they have assiduously collected over the years. The foundation is given by beautiful hardwood flooring throughout the house and a custom blend of white paints on the walls that enhance the home’s natural beauty. With such flawless base, the array of antique and vintage finds are given the perfect scene to shine. It’s all naturally beautiful! Here is the tour as seen in Veranda.
For the full story and sourcebook, please check out their latest issue. ?I was very curious about the exterior and got lucky by finding quite a few shots on Michael DePerno’s Instagram account. Here’s how this chic cottage looks on the outside.