Celebrated New York designer John Derian resisted the urge to renovate his atmospheric New England retreat, choosing instead to make a feature of its frozen-in-time appearance
A year after John Derian moved into his Greek Revival home in New England, one of his brothers came to stay. He told Derian to take his time with the project. “I didn’t have the heart to tell him that I’d already renovated,” says Derian. “I just wanted it to be as it was.”
Derian is a découpage artist and the founder of...
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