Words by Andrea Darr | Photo by Brynn Burns
Everyone needs time to rest and recharge. For serial entrepreneur Jo Marie Scaglia and her daughter, Star, the destination doesn’t have to be far flung—it’s surrounded by favorite finds at her fully renovated Weston farmhouse. “I’ve been thrifting since I was a kid, shopping curbs and grandpa’s garage,” Jo Marie says. “Old things are usually made well, unique and sturdy. I like the hunt.”
In her daughter’s room, a throwback side table, vintage Stiffel lamp and brass bed frame give the room character. The no-fuss simplicity of it all makes this vacation home welcome family and friends back in comfort and creativity.
“It’s such a grind to make a business work—that’s why I need a place to get away,” Jo Marie says.
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