There is an architect affiliated with their services by the name of Bethany Puopolo and she has a wonderful story. I first stumbled across Bethany's work on and George's blog, highlighting an addition of an elevator to a historical home. It looks as if it's been there all along!
But then when I explorered Puopolo's website seeing more of her work, her home and the process behind the design, I fell in love with Bethany Puopolo's aesthetic, love of pure materials and letting the outside come 'in'. Her 2400 square foot Virginia farmhouse of has slate floors made from slate dug from her property, and she has replaced modern drywall with natural wooden walls and board and batten. A liveable house where barn boots are not a curse word!
The pale color she uses in her home, the love of nature, her use of natural wood in decorating and simple furnishings all come from her Swedish roots and is quite easy on the eyes. She is featured in Southern Living.
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