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New Home: Eco Design Goes Victorian

Energy-and-water-saving features hide in a Victorian-looking farmhouse

Written by Amy Elbert
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Luca Trovato

Table and chairs; sideboard (vintage Duncan Phyfe); rug (from Istanbul); chandelier (found and restored); accessories: owner's collection.
Table lamp (antique tea tin): Summerland Antique Collective, 805/565-3189.
Drapery ("Rennie"/Gold, Beige #0514302): Vervain, 800/611-8686, vervain.com. Drapery trim ("Triompe"/Blue, Red #3104711): Fabricut, 800/999-8200, fabricut.com. Sheer Roman shades ("Highland"/linen scrim in Cream): Carol's Roman Shades, 800/422-1210, carolsromanshades.com.
Drapery hardware: Orion Ornamental Iron, 877/476-6278, ironartbyorion.com.
Paint: custom.

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