See the transformation of this historic Connecticut farmhouse

This historical farmhouse was built in 1784 by an early settler and was recently renovated by PH Architects, located in Newtown, Connecticut.

The beautiful dwelling was constructed with post and beam construction, wide boards of chestnut flooring, and fieldstone fireplaces.

The architects renovated and added on to this home using new post and beam construction for the major spaces and reclaimed wood for the new flooring and cabinetry.

The exterior paint color is Benjamin Moore Simply White OC-117. It is a semigloss sheen for the exterior siding and trim.

In this newly updated kitchen, the countertops are granite, while the hardware is from Rocky Mountain Hardware. The custom cabinets are painted in Wevet by Farrow & Ball.

This warm and inviting dining space welcomes family gatherings. The dining room table was purchased from Restoration Hardware.

This stunning bedroom with a fireplace provides an ideal retreat after a long day’s work. The pendant lights are from Circa Lighting — a Desmond cage lantern with a gilded finish.

In this beautiful bathroom, the countertops are quartzite, while the vanities are chestnut. The plumbing fixtures and wall sconces were sourced from Waterworks. The light fixture is from Regina Andrew Lighting.

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