Terry John Woods’s career has included painting and sculpture, garden and interior design, and styling features for national publications. His folk-art talents were developed in the 1980s with his design and creation of vintage-style teddy bears, which are now collected internationally. Visit his website at terryjohnwoods.com. Kindra Clineff specializes in location photography for commercial and editorial clients. Visit her website at kindraclineff.com.
In the third installment of their successful farmhouse-style series, designer Terry John Woods and photographer Kindra Clineff profile farmhouses in the Northeast that blend traditional and modern elements in new and interesting ways. Fans of Woods’s previous books will be delighted with the breadth of farmhouses profiled and the variety of locales, from Vermont to Maine to New Hampshire. Known for celebrating imperfections, Woods designs with intention, and his homes are places filled with warmth, texture, and light. He takes an honest approach to his subject, offering simple but beautiful ideas that will transform the home. Pairing the clean lines and industrial feel of modern design with the rustic, hand-forged, and natural elements of more traditional design allows Woods to explore contrast and space in a way that has never been seen before.