To say this project has been a favorite would be an understatement. The house itself (a complete gut renovation of an original mid-century Harold B. Zook), the clients (Mandy and Taylor were incredible from day one… thoughtful, involved, and generous, giving us basically cart blanche) and the whole team from from construction to the final shoot. There wasn’t one bad apple in the bunch. And the result… I couldn’t help but share a few of my favorites from the feature.I’ll be rolling out final room tours, before & afters, and all the details here, over the next couple weeks, so stay tuned for images you haven’t seen yet! Click here for the full Arch Digest feature.
Interior Design by Sarah Sherman Samuel
Interior Architecture by Emily Farnham
Landscape Architecture by Terremoto
Photography by Trevor Tondro
Text by Mayer Rus
Styled by Lawren Howell
Built by Bronstruction and Johnston Vidal Projects
I remember when you announced that this project was going to be in AD, I immediately
when to my nearby Barnes and Noble to search for it. I had to remind myself that the B&N in Dayton, OH takes longer to put things out, so I would frequent it until I saw the issue. I’m sure the employees were like, “What’s up with this girl?”
I have to say hands down this house is stunning! Your work is so inspirational, Sarah.
[…] Farnham’s (the architect), and my Instagram feeds. In that case, you also most likely saw the Arch Digest story/tour, but now I get to share allllll the details that so many of you have asked for, and all the photos […]
Can you share the brand/color of the fabric on the custom sofa?? It’s perfect!!
Gorgeous. So excited for all of the details. And for your line of coffee tables. I adore the one in MM’s house!
Simply stunning. I wish I lived there! Ha!
[…] I’d been waiting for this reveal! […]
[…] pink agate wallpaper is Sarah’s design. If you’re not familiar with Sarah, she designed Mandy Moore’s house that was on the cover of Architectural Digest last year. Like I said, we’re SUPER lucky to […]
Sarah, Could you tell me the maker of the chairs pictured at the tulip dining table? Thanks!
They are vintage