At a time when a lot of design magazines leave me feeling less than enchanted, the last issue of Veranda was a home run. Especially the feature on the new Alessandra Branca designed spaces at Windsor, Florida. HEAVEN. Such great design in such a beautiful location. I can so see myself here in 25 years in my J.Jill leisure separates sipping wine at 3 p.m.– glorious.
Loving this combo of red, pink and blue. Such an interesting combination done so elegantly. Loving that photograph over the sofa too!
I was searching the great interwebs for inspiration last night and came across this darling little inn in Charleston, SC in the new Southern Living Magazine called 86 Cannon. They showed just a tiny picture of one of the interiors so I had to go research it further and was so pleasantly surprised by the delightful interiors and style of this place! It’s so clean and simple and yet there is great attention to detail by designer Betsy Berry.
This time of year always makes me crave clean spaces, solitude and calm. Which pretty much sums up the Graybarns Inn & Tavern in Norwalk, CT. Holy smokes, this place looks like a little bit of country heaven! I’m loving the simple, rustic decor and the incredibly charming architecture! It’s a historically rich property (with a past as a textile mill, speakeasy and inn where Liz Taylor and Eddie fisher honeymooned) that has been brought back to life.
I am a New England girl through and through so the exterior is totally my jam.
My jaw fell open yesterday when spotting this spread in August’s Vogue on Marina Rust’s Charlottesville, Virginia home. Talk about a classic, stunning country house. I want to see MORE, but alas there were only a few images.