Updating cape cod house

Then the family turned to Rowayton, Connecticut-based interior designer Lynn Morgan to infuse their home with a style that would reflect the seaside setting.

The Internet being what it is, people were moved by the story of Brad’s wife and began trolling Cracker Barrel to ask the company why Brad’s wife was fired.

With so much attention focused on Brad’s wife being fired from Cracker Barrel, the hashtag #Brads Wife became a thing, as seen in the following photos.

In the family room, Lynn took a classically nautical tack with a palette of navy and white.

A striped rug in those shades, and a navy Ultrasuede sectional with crisp white piping, stand out against a shiplap-clad wall decorated with local nautical charts.

Folks began updating Cracker Barrel’s information across the web, to list their number of employees, “minus Brad’s wife.” People began posting photos of going to IHOP instead of Cracker Barrel, all because Cracker Barrel fired Brad’s wife. I would like everyone to remember that some very good people work for them.

A defiant hand holding a whisk proclaiming “Justice for Brad’s wife” can be seen in a below rendition. The people at the Corydon location are our friends (like family) and are just trying to make a living.

The striped pillows are by John Robshaw; the rug is from Crescent Carpet Importers.

Throughout the house, Lynn stuck to a palette of turquoise, green, navy, and white.

Their population numbered in the thousands due to the richness of the environment and their cultivation of corn, beans and squash.

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