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Yankee Barn Homes - The family room in The East Hampton post and beam, is a beautiful space. An updated version of the English conservatory, this room can be used for a number of different purposes. The French doors open onto the patio and pool yard at the back of the home.

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We wanted to frame the windows to take advantage of the view from the 37th floor of the high rise condo building. We wanted a crisp & clean look, with a contemporary color palette of soft greys, creams and metallics.