Terry John Woods' New Farmhouse Style

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Needham House, an 1820s farmhouse nestled in Vermont’s Green Mountains, is artist Terry John Woods’ beloved home—and it’s the canvas on which he works out his design ideas. Here, Woods has reinvented his family homestead while adding visual and tactile pleasure to every part of the house and garden. His eclectic, mix-and-match sensibility is unafraid to combine the finely polished with the charmingly weathered, the treasured heirloom with the just-discovered flea market ...

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Overview

Needham House, an 1820s farmhouse nestled in Vermont’s Green Mountains, is artist Terry John Woods’ beloved home—and it’s the canvas on which he works out his design ideas. Here, Woods has reinvented his family homestead while adding visual and tactile pleasure to every part of the house and garden. His eclectic, mix-and-match sensibility is unafraid to combine the finely polished with the charmingly weathered, the treasured heirloom with the just-discovered flea market find. 
It’s an approach that invites you to use your own interpretation of light, color, texture, and form to assemble an environment that showcases your personal style. Apartment dwellers, suburban homeowners, and those lucky enough to possess their own rural retreats will be equally inspired by Woods’ farmhouse and by his reflections on a way of living that embraces the moment, comforts the body, and kindles the spirit.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781584797920
  • Publisher: Abrams, Harry N., Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/1/2009
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 832,569
  • Product dimensions: 10.20 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Terry John Woods’ career has included painting and sculpture, garden and interior design, and styling features in national publications. His folk art talents were developed in the 1980s with his design and creation of vintage-style teddy bears, which are now collected internationally. Woods’ antiques shop and studio are attached to his family farmhouse in Vermont.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2009

    Terry's book is delightful

    I was so happy to get my copy of Terry Wood's first book. It is beautifully written and the photos, especially the old photos of his ancestors, are delightful. Being from Vermont, I could relate to the book. It made me happy to be here. I can't wait until he does another. Bravo, Terry.

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