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A stag bust made of branches acts as sculpture in the principal bedroom. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Montana Burnett

A stag bust made of branches acts as sculpture in the principal bedroom. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Montana Burnett

Beautiful Black Walnut Wood Coasters made into wooden slices of nature... Set of 6 ... cut from a beautiful fallen Black Walnut Tree found in my

Beautiful Black Walnut Wood Coasters made into wooden slices of nature... Set of 6 ... cut from a beautiful fallen Black Walnut Tree found in my

Warm beige and grey fabrics balance out the cool scenery beyond the large windows of the principal bedrooms. | Photographer: André Rider | Designer: Richard Ouellette, Les Ensembliers

Warm beige and grey fabrics balance out the cool scenery beyond the large windows of the principal bedrooms. | Photographer: André Rider | Designer: Richard Ouellette, Les Ensembliers

Go modern in your bunkie. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer:  Youssef Hasbani

Go modern in your bunkie. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Youssef Hasbani

Who says cottages have to be all blues and whites? | Photographer: Stacey Brandford Designer: Sarah Richardson

Who says cottages have to be all blues and whites? | Photographer: Stacey Brandford Designer: Sarah Richardson

A handsome model sailboat grounds a sea-themed vignette in the great room.  | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Montana Burnett

A handsome model sailboat grounds a sea-themed vignette in the great room. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Montana Burnett

The travertine floor continues inside, connecting the two spaces.| Photographer:  Virginia Macdonald  Designer:  Colette van den Thillart

The travertine floor continues inside, connecting the two spaces.| Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Colette van den Thillart

The mantel in the dining room was likely added in the 1950s, when the house was “modernized” with drop plaster ceilings and new bathrooms. | Photographer:  Virginia Macdonald  Designer:  Kelvin Browne

The mantel in the dining room was likely added in the 1950s, when the house was “modernized” with drop plaster ceilings and new bathrooms. | Photographer: Virginia Macdonald Designer: Kelvin Browne

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