The genius behind this charmingly disorienting home, you ask? Copywriter turned recreational contractor, Tom Givone. Adhering to a design philosophy of “add[ing] by taking away,” Givone slowly but surely transformed a locally infamous 200 year old farmhouse in upsate New York, into a museum-like environment of old and new. I’m particularly fond of the exposed shingles against the planar white ceiling. Read more at Dwell.