Margaret frequently cooks from the garden in her fantastic cottage kitchen.
Margaret's house, a small 1880s farmhouse perched midway upon a steep and wooded incline, is the perfect place to ensconce herself as she pens her new book. It is as beautifully rustic inside as it is outside. Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, founder of the uber-popular interior design blogApartment Therapy, recently paid a visit to Margaret's home and snapped glorious photographs of its inner sanctuary. Click here to see how the loving, idiomatic quirks of Margaret's design philosophy have created an interior space filled with warmth and charm. I absolutely adore it. An old writing desk in Margaret's living room plays host to a masterful vignette of collected treasures, from antique globes to a clunky vintage typewriter - a whimsical allusion to her 35-year career as a writer and editor.