Posts Tagged: Travel

William C Gatewood house pool in Charleston 48 Hours in Charleston

On the heels of our latest video with Carolyne Roehm, I thought I would finally share some glimpses of Susanna’s and my trip to Charleston last month. We were honored to visit Ibu founder Susan Walker at her beautiful home and to document the debut of her collaboration with Ali McGraw (look for that video coming very soon!).…
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Florida house Gone Fishin’

Dear readers – I am taking a few days respite from the snow down south in Florida. You can follow along on Instagram if you’re in need of sunshine and warmth. I’ll be back in a few days with more updates from the world of design!…
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Guy Savoy at La Monnaie de Paris in Must Eat Paris Prepping for Paris

Next week marks the start of the design shows in Paris as well as the second edition of our Ancien et Moderne Pop-Up. As I am prepping for Paris, I thought I would share a few finds for any of you planning a trip to the City of Lights.…
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bunny-williams-a-house-by-the-sea-dining-porch Bunny Williams A House by the Sea

“We knew we wanted a house where we would really live outside, a house where the ocean breezes would blow through, and a house that would be a place in which we could gather our friends and family and entertain easily.” If that sounds like paradise to you, then you will revel in the pages of Bunny Williams‘ latest treasure, A House by the Sea.…
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Goodbye to summer from Nantucket Saying Goodbye to Summer

It’s always bittersweet as I get ready to pack up and say goodbye to summer, especially this year when I was able to have a longer stay here on Nantucket. I leave you with a farewell collage for a taste of the Grey Lady’s allure.…
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Pumpkin Pond Farm event greenhouse Friday Five Favorite Finds IX

This Friday’s Five Favorite Finds kicks off with a location that celebrates two popular island categories – food and gardens. Drive about a half mile down the slightly-off-the-beaten-track dirt Millbrook Road, and you will discover the enticing world of Pumpkin Pond Farm.…
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Friday Five Chanticleer Sconset Nantucket Friday Five Favorite Finds VI

This installment of Friday Five Favorite Finds starts at an all time favorite island restaurant. While Chanticleer may be a new and different iteration from the classical French gastronomic experience it once was, it is still a delicious and charming culinary destination.…
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Excellence Villas - Entry at Villa Andres Positano Visiting Italy with Trust & Travel

It’s August, the official vacation month of the year. So as I think of future travel and its infinite possibilities, high on my list would be a languorous stay in Italy. What better way to experience a place than to be a homeowner, even if temporarily.…
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Nantucket Main Street ReMain Nantucket

Behind the charm of the cobblestone streets and rose covered cottages, Nantucket is a real-life, year round community that has not only the same considerations of any small town but also the additional challenges of island life, an iconic historic district and a seasonal tourist trade.…
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Nantucket gate at the Wauwinet Inn Friday Five Favorite Finds III

Today’s Friday Five Favorite Finds starts with a pick from an iconic Nantucket institution. Founded in the 1950s by artist and master weaver Andy Oates and businessman Bill Euler, what is now the Nantucket Looms started as a small textile operation.…
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