It's that time of year when Designer Showhouses are in full swing. We've had the pleasure of visiting Mansion In May this year, in Mendham, New Jersey, our first Designer Showhouse of the year. And, this certainly won't be our last.
The Women's Association for Morristown Medical Center is proud to present its 20th Mansion in May Designer Showhouse and Gardens at Three Fields, Mendham, NJ. The 9,000 square foot stone, brick and tile-roofed French manor style home was designed by New York architect Greville Rickard for Benjamin Duncan Mosser and his wife, the former Florence Willets Mosford. Three Fields was designed and built between 1928 and 1930 and is beautifully situated on almost 36 acres of pastoral, rolling fields and features many architectural elements, including tall, steeply pitched tile roofs punctuated by dormers, wood casement windows (originally shuttered) and French doors that open to the formal gardens, ponds, and fields beyond. The façade, made up of several conjoined units - as if the house had been added to over the years - as well as roofs with built-in bumps and sags, all served to further project the romantic look of an elegant, long established country residence.
Mansion In May comes to an end on Wednesday, May 31st. There's just one more day to enjoy all of this beauty before it is closed to the public.
Here are just a few inspiring interior designs we have taken notes from, that we know will inspire you, too!
We look forward to attending next year's Mansion In May for 2024!
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