When architect Steve Schappacher and interior designer Rhea White purchased a neglected 1904 farmhouse on New York’s Shelter Island, they intended it to be a weekend retreat. But as the years passed and they started spending extended weekends at the house, they knew it needed to function as more than a vacation property for themselves and the family and friends who often visited.
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