The view from the Osepchook-Vergen family’s kitchen window: farmland, woods, and the home of Jesse Vergen’s parents, Thomas and Sandra Jepson.
Kim Osepchook, Jesse Vergen, and their children, Cole and Briar, chat around the family’s stainless steel-topped kitchen island, custom-built after fire ripped through the family’s original home on Christmas Day 2013.
Vergen working at his GE Monogram series gas range, which he calls the most important tool in his kitchen.
The family’s open-concept dining area, outfitted with a table recovered from an old barn on the property, modern chairs and lighting from TUCK Studio.
The main floor living space is flooded with natural light, bordered by custom transom windows by Bishop’s Windows and Doors.
The family’s open-concept main floor living space. Sofa by Gus Modern, supplied by TUCK Studio. Maple coffee table designed by Judith Mackin, built by Brent Rourke.
The concrete foundation was all that remained after the fire, but was polished and repurposed as bare flooring for the new home’s lower level. Red chairs by Herman Miller supplied by TUCK Studio
In colder months, the home is heated by a woodstove from Valley Home and Hearth.