The newest issue of Metropolitan Home features the upstate New York home of architect Douglas Larson and his wife, Torrie. Douglas renovated the mid-19th-century farmhouse to take advantage of its basic post and beam structure — opening it up for space and light...
Douglas Larson's Swedish heritage is evident in many of his furniture and design choices — Josef Frank textiles, white-painted floors and walls, and minimal furnishings with a rustic/modern style.
For the full article and all the pictures, see Metropolitan Home: Modern Swedish Style.
(Images: Tim Street-Porter)