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Summertime Blues 2019

08 . 19 . 19

I posted a Summertimes Blues post last August and I liked it so much I decided to repost it again this year. I made a few tweaks so it’s not exactly the same. I hope you are enjoying your last weeks of summer before it’s back to school and reality time. Interior design by SJB Nine […]

What a week. It started out with torrential rain and flash flooding in New York and it’s ending with record breaking temperatures of over 100 degrees in Europe. Climate change is real and it’s one of the reasons I like traveling to cooler locals each summer. Next Thursday, I’m headed to Nantucket for Nantucket for […]

I had such a busy and enjoyable week and now that the sun is finally out, it feels like all is right with the world again. There were lots of events and openings as everyone tries to get things on the calendar before people start leaving for the Hamptons and summer vacations. But if you […]

It looks like the weather is finally going to warm up this week. I think we can all use a little spring right now but after seeing the new Weekend Max Mara Nantucket collection, I want to jump directly to summer. The collection modeled by Hailey Baldwin Bieber is a collaboration with interior designer Anthony Baratta […]

Happy Fourth of July!

07 . 04 . 18

I don’t know if there is a more patriotic place than Nantucket. Visiting right before the Fourth of July meant that flags were flying everywhere I went from Main Street to the Harbor and out to Sconset. In honor of Independence Day, I’ve put together some of my favorite images I took while I walked […]

The Sheiling

07 . 03 . 18

There is nothing I love more than looking at real estate listings while traveling. I passed quite a few houses on Nantucket that I later realized were for sale. One was a famous brick home at 93 Main Street and another was a charming, albeit expensive, cottage at 8 Old North Wharf. I didn’t pass […]

After I announced that I had booked a trip to Nantucket, I received a very nice email from one of my readers, Michelle Elzay. “I am an artist and designer based in New York and Nantucket and am on the Board of the Nantucket Preservation Trust. Nantucket has the largest collection of pre Civil War […]

Nantucket Bound

06 . 25 . 18

I’m headed to Nantucket tomorrow and could not be more excited. I have put together a great list of places to go and things to see thanks to all your advice. I can already tell this is going to be the first of many trips to the island. In honor of my trip, I thought […]

Planning for Nantucket

06 . 12 . 18

As I mentioned recently, I have never visited Nantucket. But that’s about to change. I decided to check airfare and hotel rates after I returned from Sag Harbor. I had a feeling I might be able to sneak in after the Nantucket Film Festival and before everyone arrived for the 4th of July holiday and […]

Nantucket Island Chic

05 . 28 . 18

When I lived in Boston, we always went to Cape Cod in the summer and occasionally the north shore. I regret that I never made it to Nantucket and should really plan a trip at some point. Until that happens, I’m going to enjoy this beautiful home on the island that Markham Roberts designed and […]

The Maryn on Nantucket

04 . 17 . 17

My dear friend Michelle Adams launched her online shop The Maryn with many coastal-inspired home goods, furniture, and accessories so it seemed fitting to photograph her latest look book on Nantucket. Michelle and her team including photographer Marta Xochilt Perez stayed at the chic hotel Greydon Hotel where her product selection looked right at home. The Maryn and […]

Greydon House

10 . 12 . 16

Roman and Williams designed Le Coucou, the most photographed restaurant on Instagram right now and I forgot that they designed Lafayette in my last post. They have also recently designed a new hotel on Nantucket island called Greydon House. The 20-room luxury hotel is located 17 Broad Street and was originally built in the 1850’s. They set about “preserving the history and […]