Tag along with Susanna Salk to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia for a behind the scenes visit with interior designer Anthony Baratta. As the first ever Designer in Residence for the historic foundation, Tony has put his signature all-American spin on Palmer House (circa 1750), one of Colonial Williamsburg’s eighty-eight original 18th century buildings, which he now makes his home for part of the year. See how using The Williamsburg® Paint Color Collection by Benjamin Moore®, Tony has updated the historic home with his signature use of bold color and pattern for a fresh take on American design. And hear how he has incorporated his own collections of art and antiques with select picks from the WILLIAMSBURG Brand reproductions to tell the next stage of Palmer House’s story. It was a childhood trip to Colonial Williamsburg that sparked Tony’s lifelong love affair with American history and design so who better to inaugurate this this wonderful design initiative celebrating the best of past and present. “I want the next generation to appreciate the great bones of American architecture and design, and what better ‘classroom’ than Colonial Williamsburg, the birthplace of American style?” You’ll be inspired, informed and entertained!!