If you go down to the woods today…

Posted by Suzi | June 6, 2012



You’d sure of a big surprise, if you stumbled upon this bewitchingly converted Victorian cottage.

Minuscule in size, it has no kitchen or bathroom. But for what it lacks in modern conveniences; it gains in stacks of Limoges china, tiny rosebuds, chandeliers dripping with crystal and billowing paper pom poms.

Converted by Sharon Foster, who did all the carpentry herself to transform it from a Catskill hunting cabin into something rather fairytale, the place is full of inspired flea-market finds.  Which give testament to the fact that painting something tired and grungy-looking white can have miraculous effects.

For the full story in New York Times’ Home and Garden mag click here.

 

 




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