In restoring an 1840s farmhouse in Pennsylvania, interior designer Paul Ochs replaced the metal railing of the porch with a wood one and added a new standing-seam metal roof, copying details from an original porch on the opposite side of the house.
In the bathroom, multicolored slate floor tiles, coated with sealer for durability, create a pleasing feel underfoot. The porcelain pedestal sink is a vintage find, pulled from the trash in a New York City alley. The radiator cover is made with medium-density fiberboard, to protect against shrinking and warping, and has a stainless steel screen affixed to the inside. The wall sconce is a custom design from O'lampia Studio, a lighting store in New York City.
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