Living in the country isn't for it everyone, but if you're going to do it, what could be better than a 19th-century Georgian Revival farmhouse surrounded by rolling hills, extraordinary landscaping, and equally outstanding homes? When John Dransfield and Geofrrey Ross, the designers behind the eponymous home décor line Dransfield & Ross, decided to leave New York City, they found a magnificent gem: Cherryfields, an estate in Peapack, NJ (horse country), owned by Nancy Pyne, the queen bee of local blue-blooded circles. She originally had the property decorated by design legends Sister Parish and Albert Hadley—talk about a dream find for décor lovers!
One Kings Lane welcomes us into this incredible home, which Dransfield and Ross have elegantly transformed with antiques, unique accessories, and layers upon layers of fabric. Scroll below for a tour and head to One Kings Lane to shop the look.