This unique home was built as a log cabin/hunting lodge in Stamford, Connecticut in 1940, and was originally surrounded by horse trails. Most recently, it has become a weekend home for a family with two children under the ages of three.
Our clients were anxious to create a relaxed weekend get-away where the children could feel comfortable and parents could invite friends with young children without fear of home destruction.
The green cabinet, a 1900’s Italian piece, was refinished and faux painted by Matthew. The well-loved leather chairs were found at the Fairfield County Antique and Design Center. Our client’s passion is riding, and much of the artwork and accessories reveal her love of the sport and the animal.