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A-frame house by a lake in Pennsylvania

A set of dark wood table and chairs that had originally appeared in one of her favorite films, Rosemary’s Baby, were an unexpected discovery that worked out nicely for the dining room.

A prop stylist, Robyn Glaser, who has created some of the most beautiful and inventive sets for advertising photography decided to leave New York City and moved to a small A-frame house by a lake in Pennsylvania, just 70 miles out of the city. The rural setting provided the perfect escape from her hectic city life. Ironically, she later found out the area had once been a popular hideout for New York gangsters.

 

A pair of leather English safari chairs. Robyn’s study, the only room in the house painted green.
left A pair of leather English safari chairs.
right Robyn’s study, the only room in the house painted green.
The screened porch in the back of the house surrounded by trees.
The screened porch in the back of the house surrounded by trees.

Images: Ngoc Minh Ngo via Taverne Agency. Robyn Glaser

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