The Sassy Countess is a blog about historic houses, properties, castles, estates, mansions, homes, land, and lifestyles! Focusing mostly on 18th century, other time periods are also included, such as Regency, Golden Age, Gilded Age, Victorian, American Post and Antebellum, Romantic, Jacksonian, Medieval, Renaissance, Edwardian, New Republic, etc.
The winds of change... 1846 Clapp Farm also known as the "Fontainbleau Ranch" was featured. A windmill was removed. The current owner said that it was named because her father had visited there in World War 2. You should watch the episode to see how they removed this huge windmill, and maybe a couple others...
A spool from a textile factory and a piece of oak from a homestead stable, side of an old barn was used for the piece this episode. They said that "everything we do has got one to four different stories to it, this one's no different. All is salvage inspired."
Black Dog Salvage's salvage inspired floor lamp.
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