The New York Times recently featured the home of our founder/owner/co-creative director Brian Faherty, and we are so excited to share it with you! Last month, Brian and his wife Jill spent time with writer Jess Chamberlin chatting about the inspiration behind the recent remodel of their ranch-style home. As you'll see in the below photos, the Faherty's are influenced by clean, functional design that blends midcentury and modern elements. You'll also spot a number of Schoolhouse items in the home, as many of our products are tried and tested in this space. Read the full article here.
Pictured above: Painted Concrete Candle Holders, Aiden Candlesticks
Pictured above: Owen Steel End Table. Mulberry Tripod Floor Lamp
Pictured above: Tanker Clock in brown, Taped Ottoman
Pictured above: Drafting Chairs, Factory Lights No. 7, Princeton Sophomore Sconces, Edgecliff Pulls
Pictured above: Lily Lamp, Factory Light No. 5, Branch Sheet Set, Heritage Tartan Plaid Rug
Pictured above: Princeton Sophomore Sconces, Brake Angle Brass Shelves, Grant Mirrors, Schoolhouse Canvas Organizer, Brass Edgecliff Pulls
Pictured above: Tangled Chandelier, Jack Chairs
Pictured above: Schoolhouse Log Carrier, Gray Classic Piped Pillows, Rugby Stripe Throw Pillows
Pictured above: Municipal Gym Baskets, Winston Dog Leash, Recess Rope, Striped Scarf, 2 Compartment Cafeteria Tray
Pictured above: T.R. Wise Words Framed Art, Cafeteria Tray, Colored Pencils with Brass Holder, Wire Framed Trash Bin, Brass Edgecliff Pulls
Pictured above: Taped Ottoman, Rugged Rope Mat
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*All photos courtesy of Jeremy Bittermann for The New York Times/Article by Jess Chamberlin/Home styling by Sarah Culbertson*