Home and Table Magazine: Greater Philadelphia Edition Spring2017 - Page 27

came what to put on top of it during the inter- ludes between resting feet. Jennings got espe- cially creative here. He found a couple of heavy wood trays and filled them with a collection of spinning tops he sourced from Switzerland. That this reads as novel speaks to how hope- lessly attached we’ve become to our flatscreens. (There’s one of those, too, of course.) The trays and tops, though, can be moved upstairs and outside to the deck, which, for all the interior’s comfort and points of interest, will likely always be the occupants’ first choice. The seclusion, the natural wonder, they’re only growing more precious. BLONDE WOODS AND ABUNDANT NATURAL LIGHT PERVADE THE ENTRY WITH PEACE AND CALM. 27 homeandtablemagazine.com | SPRING 2017