With DWR now offering Frank Lloyd Wright furniture, we thought we'd take a peek at the only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in New England that is open to the public. The Zimmerman house in Manchester, New Hampshire was donated to the Currier Museum of Art, which now runs frequent tours of the home and gardens.
Wright designed the house, along with the interiors, furnishings, textiles and gardens in 1950 and it was occupied for 36 years by Isadore and Lucille Zimmerman. This is the perfect time of year to head north and take in some fall foliage (Manchester is about an hour north of Boston) and we're guessing it's well worth the drive for anyone interested in seeing a preserved example of Wright's holistic approach to design.
For more information including hours and directions, visit currier.org.
(Images: © Currier Museum of Art)