Located in Cape Cod and featuring gorgeous views of Old Silver Beach, Sandra Cavallo's "Old Silver Shed" looks as though it has always been there. Sandra and her husband purchased the land and the original house with the intention of restoring the home to its former glory. However, the renovation did not go as planned and so they decided to start fresh, for the most part. They still wanted to incorporate aspects of the old home into the new design. For example, the fireplace in the living room was salvaged from the original home. Sandra successfully combines the aspects of modern and vintage design to create a home that is elegant and unique to her family and their lifestyle.
While not located on your traditional "farm", this home incorporates many of the details seen in farmhouse design such as wooden beams, weathered furniture and white-washed floorboards. The end result is an impressive synthesis of old and new.
Windswept shingles, stone columns and crisp, white trim create a stunning entrance to "Old Silver Shed".
A reclaimed bench provides a resting place in this light and airy passageway.
The unexpected addition of Dutch doors allow the sea breeze to freely enter this seating area located just off the kitchen.
The expansive kitchen island features an equally impressive concrete work surface for food preparation and in-kitchen dining.
The modern sectional creates a eclectic contrast with the industrial coffee table and wire-cage chandelier.
A reclaimed sign, above the large open windows, adds a flee market aesthetic to the clean lines of the room.
Rustic coverlets and crisp, white sheets make this sleeping porch an enviable place for any guest to rest their head.
The simple textiles and furnishings in this room are perfect for a teenager who desires a room with more of a grown-up appeal.
A large potted plant soaks up the early morning sun in this serene master bedroom.
A vintage enamel sink makes statement in this playful, kid's bathroom.
Even the laundry room features the clean lines and natural wood flooring and doors seen throughout the home. This bound to make the task of laundry just a little easier.
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