Interior / August 25, 2018 / Lillian Ochoa
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This window was already beautifully framed by the mosaic pattern on the wall above it, but installing the decorative cornice added some subtle extra detail. The cornice was completely covered with fabric and its full length was adorned with hanging pompoms so it looks like part of the curtains.
Taking old things and making them new again is architecture’s seemingly endless challenge, one that sparks inspiration for designers and architects around the world. Lately, a new crop of work has displayed clever takes on what is perhaps residential architecture’s most classic motif: the farmhouse. The modern farmhouse uses common elements from traditional pastoral buildings timber cladding, A frame roofs, and lofted spaces—and puts a sleeker spin on them for a home that's streamlined but still connected to its natural surroundings.
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