The old phrase "Don't judge a book by its cover" rings true for this charming American farmhouse. The plain exterior doesn't give anything away, but one step inside and you're met with an eclectic fusion of vintage textiles, unusual antiques, and bohemian décor. This effortless mix is the combination of Ian Irving, prominent dealer of rare silver, and Emilie Irving, who sells antique ethnic textiles, costumes, and jewelry. The creative duo have spent the past five years transforming the house at their own pace, and the result is an effortless, exotic beauty we're lusting after. Scroll down to take the tour through photos by Simon Watson for T Magazine.
One Kings Lane 1950s Rounded Rattan Lounge Chair ($575)