In historic UPPER MAKEFIELD township sits a sprawling farm, sprinkled with welcoming cottages, a renovated barn and a cozy main house. the nearly century-old buildings have been completely gutted, yet speak to the rich history of the area. Upper Makefield Township is memorialized as the turning point of the American Revolution at Washington Crossing Historic Park, aptly named for the Christmas evening George Washington led American forces across the Delaware River in 1776. Callaghan Interior Design, a PA-based firm with over 30 years of design experience, is leading this restoration project and specified several of reSAWN’s designs for flooring, wall cladding, and custom millwork:
WORMWOOD reclaimed chestnut flooring is featured throughout the classic country-inspired cottage, enticing guests to linger amidst its earthy tones. (IMAGES 1-4)
HERITAGE reclaimed oak serves as a countertop in another cottage, and wide plank flooring in the main office. The office powder room is cozied up by the inclusion of reclaimed oak beams framing the mirror.
NEW AMSTERDAM new white oak was selected for flooring throughout two of the cottages as well as stair treads.
UMBER new white oak provides a beautifully textured floor.
OLD SCHOOL 9″ wide skip planed reclaimed oak barn siding showcases its unique rustic beauty along the wall and windowsills in one of the bedrooms, as well as in the custom-built bed frame.