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Cozy Farmhouse Manor

BY LAURA SHIMKO
This cozy terrace pergola provides the perfect space for a more intimate gathering of family and friends to sip wine and chat.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAUREN RUBINSTEIN

Simplicity, The well relaxed would charm these vibe and of design farmhouse comfort aspects are style the translate lends hallmarks itself on a of well grander American to family scale? farmhouse homes. For designer But style. how Lisa Gabrielson of Lisa Gabrielson Interior Design, this challenge became a reality. As the primary designer of a 15,000-square-foot estate in Georgia, Lisa had the task of incorporating the relaxed, comfy vibe of farmhouse style into an extensive manor. The result is a beautiful, stately home that balances elegance and coziness.

(top, left) Originally Lisa’s clients wanted a formal dining room, but eventually they opted instead for a more relaxed space where they could indulge in good conversation over a glass of wine. “The herringbone ceiling is gray-stained oak, which adds showstopping appeal off the foyer,” Lisa says.
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