Despite the fact that we moved into our new-to-us house here in Waynesboro, Virginia, just eight short months ago, it’s safe to say that this mid-century A-frame ranch has been stealing hearts and making one bold statement since the day it was finished in 1963. Clocking in at 1,980 square feet, the retro walls have undoubtedly seen their fair share of celebrations and change in 50+ years, but (cliche soundbite aside) we can’t wait to write a brand new chapter.
Sure, John and I are two young 30-something kids taking the reins of an antique home, but we don’t plan to modernize these 1960s rooms. Instead, we’re making it our mission to update the bones as needed while remaining true to the era the house was built in. If you, too, are a lover of tufted seating, danish credenzas, brass table lamps and funky artwork, then we hope you find at least a few surfaces and accents to love in our dream-come-true forever home.
Without further adieu, welcome to our home, eight months in, and be sure to check out my full tour and interview over on Glitter Guide today with a full list of linked resources and photos by the ultra talented Andrea Pesce!