Rachel Reider, the designer who gave the restored 1830s inn a facelift, mixed classic and contemporary styles with geometric patterns and rich textures. The final outcome is a bright, welcoming space with historical charm and trendy aesthetics.
|Captain Fairfield Inn via Pursuit of Style|
LOVE that zebra rug on top of an oriental carpet- Brilliant!
This is the room where I'm staying at the Chapman House...It overlooks a garden patio where I'd love hang out and read in the afternoon or enjoy cocktails in the evening.
Annnd here's a perfect blogging spot for me! I NEED a boho chic ikat chair for our house, and I know just the one I want to buy. Lucky day- I have a 15% off discount code from Ballard Design, so- decision made- If I don't spend our life savings shopping while I'm here, I'm ordering it when I return home.
Continental breakfast is served in a nook off of a larger dining room. Love the way this light works in this room! Still thinking about breakfast (my favorite meal of the day!)- apple, banana, orange juice, croissants and bagels, all kinds of melon and berries, flax and sunflower seeds, yogurt, granola and yummy fresh-baked lemon poppyseed muffins.
About that whole island/seaside vibe thing...Reider did the inn's location justice in a subtle way with sea-life artwork, turquoise/aqua pops of color, coral lamps and sea grass rugs.
I'm off to rent a bike and burn off some of the calories I consumed during my feeding frenzy at breakfast. Stay tuned for more ACK updates!