See how a combination of family hand-me-downs, savvy purchases, and elbow grease transformed this dilapidated 1820s house into a charming retreat filled with flea market finds.
To showcase the home’s architecture and a growing collection of French- and Swedish-style furnishings, the homeowner opted for a basic and neutral color palette. Nearly every room is painted with a different shade of gray, which helps the white trim look even more crisp and clean. In the living room, a rustic 6-foot-long table is ideal for casual dinner-and-movie nights. A plaster bust and other vintage-inspired decor blend with the home’s chic flea market look.
Read more about this home at Better Homes And Gardens Magazine