We love to swoon over a good midcentury modern home renovation, and this time, one hails from Aardsley, NY, just 25 miles outside of Manhattan. For two Brooklyn-based artists seeking the ultimate upstate escape, local firm Khanna Schultz restored the neglected post-and-beam abode the pair had snatched up, carefully rebuilding the water-damaged structure, while adding skylights and large windows to highlight its blessed natural surroundings. A recent Dwell feature on the project details some of the decor choices, including furnishings from West Elm, Restoration Hardware, Room and Board, as well as custom cabinetry in the kitchen.
∙ A Renovation in New York City's Suburbs Stays True to Its Midcentury Roots with a Modern Upgrade [Curbed]
∙ 20 Charming Midcentury Kitchens, Ranked from Virtually Untouched to Fully Renovated [Curbed]