Summer Lodge










New England Homes Magazine has been killing me with fabulous lately!  Not that they don't always have an amazing line up of inspiration from the East Coast, but it's just been extra delightful.  This breezy summer home has a great history that the homeowners wanted to preserve. A wonderful little story that dates back to 1907, and includes some time providing lodging for single working women. So with the help of her best friend, who happens to be the brilliant Interior Designer Amy Meier, the homeowner set out to do their retreat some justice.  Plenty of New England gray, complimented by a mix of traditional and modern, and of course iconic classics.  For a dose of personality;  hand painted chevrons on the hardwood flooring, a dramatic look I just adore. 


Interior Design by Amy Meier
More images and full story at New England Homes Mag

7 comments:

  1. So neat...loved looking..makes me want to go back for a visit!

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  2. Beautiful interiors, I love all the tones of grey. Actually designing a bedroom in NYC with the same color palette at the moment!!

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  3. Ahhhh yup, I'll hang out there with a glass of wine for a few hours. Just lovely.

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  4. You right... New England home magazine has been wonderful lately.

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  5. Une très belle maison... des couleurs douces qui font du bien et apportent une grande sérénité.
    Gros bisous, je vous souhaite beaucoup de bonheur et de santé en ce jour de 1 mai.

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  6. The second image with the Empire chandelier and the grey bookcase has stopped me right in my tracks (and I had been happily munching on a croissant - so that says A LOT!) What a divinely beautiful room - absolutely breathtaking! SO happy to have found your blog - AMAZING images, and so stylishly laid out. I can tell that you're a keeper - LOVE IT ALL! x

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  7. The lodge is beautiful. It would be great to stay there and read some books. Perfect for relaxing.

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