Wednesday, August 15, 2018

This Old Hudson Airbnb Stay and Photoshoot Location in Hudson, New York


I hope you are all enjoying your Wednesday.
Last week my husband and I stayed at this beautiful Airbnb in Hudson, New York.
You have probably already seen images of this home all over the internet.
I have admired this kitchen from the moment I first saw it on instagram.
The entire space is even more charming in person.
I was lucky and won a giveaway on This Old Hudson's instagram this spring. 
We got to stay in one of their units they recently renovated and have listed on Airbnb.
It was honestly my best airbnb experience to date.
The entire space was extremely clean and we felt completely safe.
The bed we slept in was very comfortable and was covered in beautiful linens.
 Hillary and Anthony are the best hosts ever.
They make sure you are comfortable and are available for any questions you might have.
They provide you with a list of things to do and a list of their favorite restaurants.
We fell in love with the Hudson Valley on this trip.  Now I just need to convince my husband to move there.  We spent our days driving around exploring the countryside.
The old farmhouses are amazing there.  The entire Hudson Valley is so picturesque and clean.
My only suggestion is to rent a truck for your trip home : )
The antique shopping is amazing in the Hudson Valley.

Today I wanted to share a few images I shot of This Old Hudson's beautiful home we stayed in.
They have done a beautiful job renovating this space.
I love all of the elements of raw wood mixed in with lots of whites and pastel colors.
It is a very light and airy space but yet very cozy and comfortable.






















 












I hope you enjoyed the tour of This Old Hudson's airbnb.
It is located in Hudson, New York.





Sunday, July 29, 2018

A Vintage French Baguette Cart and a Farrow & Ball Paint, Wood Planks, Entryway Makeover



Hello! 
I wanted to share this French baguette cart we just listed in our online shop along with a before and after of our entryway. 


This is the largest French baguette cart I have ever found. 




It would make a perfect laundry basket and or a basket to use to store extra linens in. 
You can find the cart in our online shop here.....


I also wanted to share a before and after of our entryway.
It used to be pretty much a solid red color.
We were lucky the wood planks were under the drywall.
The wood floors were also under the carpet. 


The entryway gets changed up all the time.  This is what it looks like right now. 
Here are a few different ways I have styled this space the past couple of years. 


We removed all of the drywall and the shutters.




I painted the walls in the entryway Farrow & Ball Cornforth White
The ceiling, trim, and door are painted Farrow & Ball All White.
I originally painted the floors Farrow & Ball Manor House Gray
They are now painted Farrow & Ball Ammonite
I am always amazed what a little bit of white paint can do to a space. 
I will be sharing some more before and afters on the blog.