Monday, March 19, 2018

Scribner's Catskill Lodge Getaway

I had a week last week that made me wonder, "how is Mercury not in retrograde?"  The week culminated on Friday when I managed to slice open two fingers trying to open an Amazon package, and found myself in the emergency room getting six stitches.  Le sigh- there's never a dull moment!  Thankfully, I was able to escape to Scribner's Lodge in the Catskills this past weekend to decompress and relax with my girl GabbyMadewell x Parachute hosted the weekend, properly pitched as "The Coziest Weekend Ever", and it was lovely.  We meditated, we did yoga, we knitted, we drank lots of negronis by the fire, we roasted marshmellows.  It felt a little like being back at girl's summer camp, but in a much more plush atmosphere.  If you get the chance, I highly recommend checking out Scribner's.  As I noted on my instagram post, the vibe is very 70s Abercrombie chic.  While the lodge itself has existed since 1966, things got a hell-of-a-lot more chic in the fall of 2016, when Scribner's got a facelift by the fab Studio Tack:

Here's what was on my packing list:

From top to bottom, left to right:
Donegal Kent Beanie $19.99/Indio Sunglasses $55/Madewell x Vans Unisex Sneakers $70/Maroon Blanket Scarf $19/Fleece Jogger Pants $44/ThermoBall North Face Puffer $199/Merino Travel Kit $169/Georgina Snow Boots, $160/

Hope everyone has a good week- I'm counting down the days til I can get these damn stitches out! :)



Monday, March 5, 2018

Master Bedroom Design Board

Happy Monday!  Sorry for the radio silence, things have been a little crazy for the past few weeks and I've had little time or energy to blog!  Work has me slammed, and I've also been helping my friends in Oklahoma build their new home.  Designing remotely can be a bit of a challenge, but luckily I go home to visit my family in OKC on a fairly regular basis and that provides ample opportunity to check up on the site progress.  The house should be done in early summer, so we've been working on getting the furnishings and decor in order now that all of the architectural decisions are done.  I thought I'd share a peek at one of the master bedroom design boards I did for them today- we ended up going with a different look, so I feel comfortable sharing the direction I was envisioning below and links to each piece:

Master Bedroom Design Board:

1.) Paint color - Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray/

2.) A Giacometti-inspired chandelier designed by Miles Redd- $449/

3.) One of my favorite go-to lamps, the Octagonal Spire Table Lamp designed by E.F. Chapman- $357/

4.) Modern Gustavian Dresser $1,299/

5.) Antelope Bolster Pillow $174/

6.) Arianna Belle Indian Arbe Hyacinth Pillow Covers $150/

7.) John-Richard Collection "Refuge" Painting $2,859/  (this and this are pretty, too!)

8.) Donna Dresser $2,601/

We chose airy gray paint colors throughout most of the house, with a fun marble wallcovering in the powder bath.  The kitchen will have a lovely white Carrara marble countertop with the island cabinetry painted in Coventry Gray (one of my all-time favorite grays).  We opted to add a few accent beams throughout the home that will be stained light gray, similar to the beams shown in this bedroom:

I can't wait to share more of the project after it's finished!

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