Rustic wood beams, ceramic tiles, herringbone floors, industrial windows, Moroccan doors . . . is it possible that this home boasts all of my favorite things under one roof? I’ve fawned over this space umpteen times and each time, I discover something new. Designer Jennifer Bunsa has paid incredible attention to the most subtle particulars, and taken risks with impactful details, in this Hudson farmhouse. Who would have thought to put a leather saddlebag at the end of a kitchen island? Or an ginormous macramé owl that overflows onto the living room floor? Or bedding to match the wallpaper? Honestly, dreamy.
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