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The exterior, shown here from the rear elevation, features cedar shingles and stone indigenous to the property. Double doors on either side of the fireplace lead into the living and dining rooms.
The second-floor master bedroom overlooks crop fields. "A custom-braided area rug and vintage American pinwheel quilt add warmth and color to the space," says Tucker. The headboard is covered in a Moroccan silk rug from the 1940s.
Like the fireplace in the great room, this one is composed of stones found on the property. The mantel was made from a felled pine tree.
Grass cloth wall covering: Fine Madagascar by Hinson
The upstairs guest bedroom has a quirky Americana/folk theme. "The purposeful mismatching of the quilts and bedskirts — which were made from vintage American wool blankets — gives the room a casual, homey feel and keep things graphically interesting," says Tucker.
French doors lead out to a terrace with Adirondack chairs and a view of the crop fields.
The twin-size headboards with a wagon-wheel-style top, exposed hickory sides and an open weave cane in the center are from Old Hickory Furniture, as are the footstools.
Wall covering: handwoven raffia, Phillip Jeffries; quilts: circa 1940s or 1950s, East Meets West
The outdoor section of the porch has lounge chairs and an ottoman from Old Hickory Furniture upholstered in Sunbrella fabric.