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Design savvy meets cozy vibes

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A beige dresser with a rounded square mirror hanging above.

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.

Bedroom

A wooden platform bed with white bedding.

Dining room

Dining room with pale wood dining table and matching chairs.

Living room

A living room has a low wooden coffee table and cream-colored sofa. Chris Mottalini