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Stylemaker’s Shindig in Kent

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.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), who’s had a shop on Kent’s Main Street for ten years, now has a separate interior design studio, where she held a lavish cocktail party on a frigid night.

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Above left: Tom Sebring, who runs the Litchfield County Antiques Show and Alina Hernandez, who teaches yoga at Kent’s Center at Progressive Medicine
Above right: real estate broker Bonnie Bevans and art dealer Billy Morrison

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Above left: Andy Goldman and Karen Hennessy of Alford, MA, came to support their friend Bartley. He was introduced by another guest as “the famous osteopath in Sharon.” She designs extraordinary needlepoint canvases and buttons. Above right: BJ’s young, enthusiastic staff includes Jesse Cox, a high school sophomore, and Maggie Runce, the studio manager who grew up in Millerton and now lives in Kent.

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Above: The new store stocks lamps, sofas and coffee tables. “I believe this is the time for a new view of life in the country,” says Bartley, who likes to mix shiny metallics with natural textures.

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Above left: The new B. Johnstone Studio is part of the Kent Barns complex. Above right. Bartley’s original store continues to flourish after ten years on Main Street..

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