Farmhouse Sunroom

Many of our clients own old farm houses and love the way they fit into the countryside of the Northeast. These same clients want the interior of their homes to be brighter and more modern than the original farm house.
In this project we renovated a large kitchen and added a bright sun room to an 1800s farm house in Litchfield County, Connecticut. One step out of the kitchen is the new sun room which, besides the multi-paned French doors paying homage to the farm house, feels thoroughly modern. The high ceiling and clean lines make the room feel even more spacious. The antique stone fireplace surround imported from France gives the feeling of permanence and grace.
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Farmhouse Sunroom. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“with existing chairs, on alt side of screened in porch” — bisconecurrie
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“Stairs” — 444avocado
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“poz cafetiera” — sabaumirela
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“nice” — THE ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO
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“framtid” — krynor
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“floors” — 3seaside
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“Nice nice!” — binkerdc
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“stonework meets lawn” — bisconecurrie
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“Beams and back doors” — inlynneshouse
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“Rooftop deck” — ansinghania
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“Windows” — kklogue
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