Farmhouse owner Lori Guyer designs her country home with edited precision and industrial flair.
Join Lori Guyer on a tour of her inspiring home filled with industrial finds.
A stockroom is clean, efficient
and filled with the necessary items to replenish. So is Lori Guyer’s beautiful North Fork, Long Island, home. Its interior is scrubbed and pared down to its original bones. Lori has exposed beams, floor joists, wall studs and more, creating an early mill or factory feel. Furnishings are pared down and minimal, featuring industrial pieces that are functional and serve a useful purpose. Everywhere you look light fills the spaces and reflects off paint, wood and gently worn surfaces. The entire effect is striking and unique and definitely not “run of the mill.”
LEFT: Whitewashed brick means a hard- edged fireplace is now soft and not scene stealing. ABOVE: Tables, furnishings and carpets all pile monochromatic texture on texture. BELOW: Wheels on furnishings are natural in this environment as moving items easily subscribes to the “stockroom” mentality.