Saturday, August 13, 2011
Last day of the show ...
Today is the last day to take in the Old York Decorator Show House in York, Maine and I highly recommend it! This has always been one of my favorite shows for its coastal design combined with New England charm.
Two designers who participated in the Wenham Museum North Shore Design Show last May also have spaces in this show. Patricia Finn of Finn-Martens Design composed a graceful foyer and stairway with an Asian flair (see the luxurious spa retreat she designed for Wenham in New England Finery Magazine). Mary O’Neill created a serene home office in the colors of the ocean for the York show (get a glimpse of her North Shore Design Show afternoon tea vignette also in the summer issue of New England Finery Magazine).
There’s lots of other great spaces with inspired design including a black-and-tan study by Boehm Graham Interiors in honor of this historical properties former life as a local tavern, a stunning library by Boston designer Frank Hodge that elegantly combines antiques with modern cabinetry, and not one – but two kitchens – with some unique custom treatments. That is what I love about design shows – there are always some new ideas to take home as a souvenir : )
Let me know if you get a chance to make it to the show and what your favorite space was!
Posted by Yvonne Blacker at 11:15 AM
Labels: Boehm Graham Interiors, coastal design, Design Show, Finn-Martens Design, Frank Hodge, Mary O'Neill, New England Finery Magazine, North Shore Design Show, Old York Decorator Show House, Wenham Museum
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