This week’s edition of House Calls takes us to Fairfield, Connecticut, where actor Ward Horton and his wife, Alexa, transformed a 19th-century farmhouse into a dream retreat.
Over the course of 12 years, the couple created what they were looking for all along: a cozy, airy abode that mixed a minimal style with vintage finds. But the Hortons craved more space, so they also built a thoughtful 800-square-foot addition—a curated space free of clutter and visual noise.
Taking inspiration from the reimagined farmhouse, we sourced key products—or in some cases, similar finds—from a few standout rooms so you can bring the look to your own space.
Made of natural sheepskin hide, this rug adds warmth and plushness to any space. Also available in gray.
Like its name implies, this bed frame features a simple, streamlined profile, and is available in four sizes.
This midcentury-style table and its matching chairs are available in oak and walnut—perfect for neutral palettes.
Cool and understated at once, this pink gradient glass vase is sure to make any plant arrangement pop.
This clustered glass pendant makes for a simple yet fun statement over any dining table. Bulbs sold separately.
With its duo-tone ceramic base and burlap shade, this table lamp is the perfect accent for a side table or nightstand.
This sink-right-in three-seater features a sleek silhouette and tapered wood legs. Bonus: It’s available in 160 colors.
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