Designer Joanne Palmisano’s affinity for industrial lends modern style to both her home and her work.
Tour Joanne Palmisano’s lakeside home and discover her designer secrets for using salvaged materials.
What is it about Joanne Palmisano’s Vermont home that is so memorable? The luminous, light-filled style accented with touches of salvaged and repurposed modern elements. “A home should be inviting and comfortable,” she says. “I expect my guests to feel at home and relaxed and engaged by all the storied pieces that I’ve added to the design.” Joanne’s open concept creates a large gathering spot to eat, sit and enjoy the view of Lake Champlain.
Natural elements like wood, soapstone and metal all mix effortlessly in Joanne’s design. The sink was salvaged from a local soapstone company. Sinks of this size were originally designed for laundry but in today’s world are hardworking in all areas of domesticity, including flower arranging.