The English feeling living room is my favorite room in the townhouse. Can't you just imagine curling up with one of the books from the shelves?! A lot of the house is made of of salvaged pieces including the door that came from Olde Good Things. If you've never checked them out, I highly recommend it! You never know what you will find!
The unfinished looking chair from John Derian fits in perfectly. As I mentioned in The Inside Source piece, I think there is a shift towards anything that looks old, even if it's not a real antique.
This is the chicest kitchen pantry I've ever seen and that copper bench from Stephanie Odegard is to die for!
Carter, at the bottom of the stairs, had help from architect Jim Joseph of Hottenroth + Joseph. If you look closely at their website, you'll notice that they also did work for David Netto and Deborah Needleman!
I knew Carter Smith was a photographer, but I didn't realize that he was also a filmmaker until I reread the article. I look forward to checking out his films now!
As you can probably guess, photographers circle the globe for work so the house is also filled with treasures from his travels.
I can't even imagine having a kitchen this big in New York!
The elephant and owl are also from John Derian. I wish I lived closer so I could make weekly visits to his chic shop!
Carter Smith grew up in Maine and the kitchen has a great Maine farmhouse kind of feel to it.
A model ship looks perfectly at home in the bathroom.
Not only was the kitchen ginormous but so is the bathroom!
Most all the other rooms have brick walls but the bedroom is papered in Lily wallpaper by Cole & Son.