After years of occasional retreats to their 19th century farmhouse in Somerset, New Jersey, New York City based designers John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross became infatuated with a regal Georgian Revival estate named Cherryfields. At the time the home was occupied by 80 year old Nancy Pyne who, after living there for half a century, had put it up for sale. The couple eventually became close friends with Nancy and traded homes with her, making Cherryfields their own. What a fascinating tale behind such a storied and exquisite home . . .
Each collection by Ulyana Sergeenko gets better and better and as far as I am concerned, she is an absolute genius. By now we know what to expect from this talented designer: retro glam with a hint of bohemia, influenced heavily by her native Russian roots and beloved grandmother. Now who doesn’t love that?!