De­signer Joanne Palmisano’s affin­ity for in­dus­trial lends mod­ern style to both her home and her work.

Country Sampler's Upstyled Home - - CONTENTS -

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.

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