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Back to school ideas for preschoolers. Make a gallery wall, label everything with washi tape, and create a family calendar.

Back to school ideas for preschoolers. Make a gallery wall, label everything with washi tape, and create a family calendar.

This 1970's wall hanging has a burnished gold-metallic finish with built in hook for easy hanging on wall. Not too heavy—one nail will do, and no anchor necessary.

This 1970's wall hanging has a burnished gold-metallic finish with built in hook for easy hanging on wall. Not too heavy—one nail will do, and no anchor necessary.

House & Garden

House & Garden

"In town, we live in a house in Brooklyn Heights," says the husband. "In the country, we wanted a more open plan, with lots of light and a relaxed atmosphere. Russell understood how we wanted to use and live in the house better than we did ourselves." A Noguchi floor lamp and side table are next to a pair of woven-leather chairs in a seating area in the guesthouse.

"In town, we live in a house in Brooklyn Heights," says the husband. "In the country, we wanted a more open plan, with lots of light and a relaxed atmosphere. Russell understood how we wanted to use and live in the house better than we did ourselves." A Noguchi floor lamp and side table are next to a pair of woven-leather chairs in a seating area in the guesthouse.

The kitchen's modern appliances contrast with the barn's original wood beams, posts and flooring. "What we did here, basically, was revise what we found," says Groves. "We used zinc and marble countertops. They're materials that get better with time."

The kitchen's modern appliances contrast with the barn's original wood beams, posts and flooring. "What we did here, basically, was revise what we found," says Groves. "We used zinc and marble countertops. They're materials that get better with time."

"We chose modern pieces that had a sense of warmth, a tactile quality," says Groves, whose challenge was "to find a way to bring a breath of modernism" to the rustic spaces. Idelle Weber's Across the Meadow, left, and Jardin de Paris, an 1897 poster by Jules Chéret, hang in the living room. Sofa fabric, Robert Allen. Stool fabric from Dedar.

"We chose modern pieces that had a sense of warmth, a tactile quality," says Groves, whose challenge was "to find a way to bring a breath of modernism" to the rustic spaces. Idelle Weber's Across the Meadow, left, and Jardin de Paris, an 1897 poster by Jules Chéret, hang in the living room. Sofa fabric, Robert Allen. Stool fabric from Dedar.

Groves also laid out the landscaping around the pool. The architecture of the barn "relates to the landscape and the surrounding structures," says the husband, but the interiors "make it a modern house with the charm, feeling and materials of something that's older."

Groves also laid out the landscaping around the pool. The architecture of the barn "relates to the landscape and the surrounding structures," says the husband, but the interiors "make it a modern house with the charm, feeling and materials of something that's older."

"In town, we live in a house in Brooklyn Heights," says the husband. "In the country, we wanted a more open plan, with lots of light and a relaxed atmosphere. Russell understood how we wanted to use and live in the house better than we did ourselves." A Noguchi floor lamp and side table are next to a pair of woven-leather chairs in a seating area in the guesthouse | archdigest.com

"In town, we live in a house in Brooklyn Heights," says the husband. "In the country, we wanted a more open plan, with lots of light and a relaxed atmosphere. Russell understood how we wanted to use and live in the house better than we did ourselves." A Noguchi floor lamp and side table are next to a pair of woven-leather chairs in a seating area in the guesthouse | archdigest.com

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