a couple of months ago i visited with a friend in her home in farmington, georgia. farmington is just 20 minutes or so outside of athens and the tiny town is filled with potters and folk artists. we always daydream about living there, seeing this house only enhanced that dream!
i met sarah a few years ago, just as she and her husband purchased this house and dove head first into a major historic preservation project. while i didn't see the house before, the finished home was one of those spaces that will forever be marked in my mind. this expansive 1800's home is filled with tall ceilings, plaster walls, hand hewn logs, old furniture, and art. zach owns oneta woodworks which specializes in reclaimed millwork. there are elements of reclaimed wood all around the house that has given it some modern yet rustic updates while nodding to it's orginal time period. it sure is a lovey home and accomplishment.
photos and words by kristen bach