All Photography by Alec Hemer
Kilmer-Purcell and Ridge furnished their living room with wing chairs from Mitchell + Gold and a parrot and pipe throw cushion from Fab.com.
Read the story, "Mind Your Manors" here.
They found the stuffed pheasant at an antique sale in Madison, N.Y.
A series of Victorian portraits salvaged from refurbished antique picture frames oversee Kilmer-Purcell’s writing room.
The Beekman Mansion in winter.
Kilmer-Purcell and Ridge enjoy a hearty stew in their kitchen.
Goats at Beekman farm.
Beekman 1802 Goatmilk soap is among the many products that use milk from a herd of 120 goats at Beekman farm.
An antique bottle on a side table.
The Beekman kitchen.
Beekman 1802 goat milk soap.
The living room.
Ridge working in the kitchen.
Cake stands designed by Kilmer-Purcell’s mother, who makes them by pairing candlesticks with vintage plates.
An antique figure with a pocket watch -- a gift from Tab Hunter.
1802 Milk Shake goat milk bath soak
A wooden bowl made from a fallen tree on the Beekman farm sits on a table in the entrance hall.