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The Breakers, Newport

10 . 29 . 20

I had such a nice time in Newport, Rhode Island recently and inspired many followers to plan their own trips. But I know many of you can’t travel now so I thought I would post a virtual visit to The Breakers for you. It was interesting to visit the mansions during the pandemic and one […]

While most people think of the Hamptons as just a place to visit in the summer, they can be just as fun off season. Last week, my friend Michelle Adams and I went out to Montauk to stay at Sea Roost and visit some of our favorite friends and stores out east. You may remember […]

I’ve been following Hanna Seabrook of Gadabout Creative on Instagram for years where I would see snippets of her houses so I was happy to see one of them featured in Southern Living. Hanna and her family had moved to Louisville, Kentucky for her husband’s job for a few years and this is their home […]

I loved the New York apartment of Michael DePerno and Andrew Fry that I featured in the post Small Space, Big Style earlier this year so it’s no surprise that I also love their Connecticut house. The owners of the store Plain Goods in New Preston, Connecticut are the poster boys for classic American minimal […]

Out East

06 . 12 . 17

I don’t normally like a lot of pattern in homes but I am totally charmed by this chic cottage called Woody House in the Hamptons. On first look, it seems to be more collected than decorated and story in the new July issue of Architectural Digest confirms that the owners are avid travelers. Peter Marino who helped them […]

Plumtastic

10 . 27 . 16

I read the November issue of Vogue magazine from cover to cover on my flights down to Birmingham this weekend. It was a great issue but my favorite story was the feature on Plum Sykes English country house in the Cotswolds. It’s so cozy and quintessentially British that it’s hard to believe the house is […]

Chic and Cozy Cottage

02 . 19 . 11

It’s a long holiday weekend and that means many people will be getting away.  Designer Stephen Shubel‘s chic fisherman’s cottage in Sausalito looks like a chic yet cozy place spend some time off.  He describes it as being “like Marie Antoinette in a t-shirt…the past recreated for today.”  He mixes French furniture with nautical touches that […]

Cottage Chic

07 . 01 . 10

I saw photos of this cute little cottage on photographer Douglas Friedman‘s website and finally did a little investigating about it. Turns out that it belongs to Cove Landing (995 Lexington Avenue, 212-288-7597) co-owner Angus Wilkie and was featured on one of Martha Stewart‘s house tours. It was built in the early 19th-century and looks […]