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What Once was Old is New Again

What Once was Old is New Again

Greetings to All!

I’ve had a busy summer here at Golden Hill Studio, continuing to create elegant, hand-painted glassware with a European influence, keeping up with the numerous varieties of annuals and perennials in the gardens and hosting our home décor sale several weeks ago.

We hit September running, and are most excited to share that online magazine, My Houzz, shared not one, but TWO articles about Golden Hill Studio!

I was fortunate enough to spend some time with photographer, and My Houzz contributor Rikki Snyder and am just thrilled with all the incredible images she took while she was here.

The first article, “An Updated 1850s Farmhouse Gem in New York”, discusses all the renovations I’ve done over the years and takes you on an inside tour of just about every nook and cranny of my home/studio.

Click here to see the full article:

The second article, “Lush, Wooded Setting for a Live-Work Home”, shares my journey from having not much of a yard at all, to the landscaping and gardening done over the years, by me, my parents, and a high school kid with a love of stonework who went on to study landscaping and eventually became a professor of plant and animal science.

Click here to see the full article:

Shelley Nicholson

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