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Bright, Rustic Home Converted From Abandoned Summer Camp Building

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It's antiques and vintage galore in there

In the span of three years, the site of an abandoned Northern California YWCA summer camp dating back to the 1880s has transformed into a rustic-cool retreat for a Manhattan-based family. As Elle Decor details in a new home tour, reviving and converting the building set on a steep slope was a close collaboration among New York City-based architect Gil Shafer, English interior designer Rita Konig, and the owners. After enlarging the space by building into the slope and raising some ceilings, they rebuilt most of the structure, and added a charming mix of antique and vintage furniture and decor, plus a custom-built daybed and cabinetry. Get the full story here.