A Classic 18th Century Martha’s Vineyard Abode Turned 21st Century Dreamy Escape

A Classic 18th Century Martha’s Vineyard Abode Turned 21st Century Dreamy Escape

The pine-beamed family room, and classic Martha’s Vineyard finishing touches such as a 19th century whaling-boat model and wicker chairs makes for a homey, warm feeling throughout.

Martha's Vineyard home

Photography by Pernille Loof for Architectural Digest

Beachfront in Edgartown, this shingled home was built in the 1700s. Just looking at this photograph gives me a comfy, New England feel. The home has been purchased by a New York couple, and they had Victoria Hagan and Boris Baranovich transform the space.

Martha's Vineyard home

Photography by Pernille Loof for Architectural Digest

Although a beach house, it doesn’t contain much white which I enjoy. Victoria Hagan, the AD100 designer, used hues of blue, green and khaki. I love the blue and white flooring in the kitchen tied in with the custom island by Démiurge New York. The wood ceiling beams completes the space and gives a nautical, comfortable feeling.

Martha's Vineyard home

Photography by Pernille Loof for Architectural Digest

This sunroom is gorgeous. I’m imagining blissful mornings here rain or shine, and dinners on summer nights. The view can’t be beat.

Martha's Vineyard home

Martha's Vineyard home

Photography by Pernille Loof for Architectural Digest

When I was younger my family used to go down to the Cape in the summer. This home reminds me of the beautiful ease and safeness of New England ocean side homes. Read the rest of the story and view more photographs of the home here.

Xoxo, MᶜKenna Ramona Jennings

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