Above, from left: Facade Bed, CB2; Ennis Rug, Oyyo; 6007 Rain River Rock Pebbles Flooring Soli Stone; Print, Lauren Coleman; Vintage Dresser, Henredon; Homer Table Lamp, Human Home.
Though the house has come a long way in eight years, it’s clear that the space will continue to evolve as Singer makes room for new work by designers she admires. “It’s so special to have things created by people I love, so I’m currently plotting how to incorporate a light by Trueing, something by Eny Lee Parker, and so many more,” she says. Additional projects—an updated kitchen, a possible swimming pool—linger on the horizon, as well, but for now Singer is relishing the home’s current state. Even the rabbits, whose numbers have dwindled to those on
the fireplace, have grown on her. “I walk around my house
and think about the stories behind everything,” she says. “It feels so complete.