The Floating Farmhouse

I stumbled across this restored farm house on the Bliss blog, which was featured in Dwell’s May issue. The place looks amazing: high ceilings, huge windows, an open kitchen with a fireplace. The house is owned by former advertising copywriter Tom Givone, who bought the dilapidated 200-year-old farmhouse in upstate New York in 2002. Through a lot of hard work and slow progress, he managed to make it the beauty that it is today.

 

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2 Responses to The Floating Farmhouse

  1. Aubrey says:

    Gorgeous! But can you imagine that window at night? I’d be so freaked out all the time!

  2. Sadie Smith says:

    This is stunning!

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