We spent most of last month in New York on a buying trip and I was commuting from our Farm House in the Hudson Valley into the city. As spring turns into summer in the Hudson Valley, the place has really come alive. From blossoming buds and green pastures to sweet baby goats and afternoon rain storms. Jeffrey and I split our time between restoration projects, interior updates and slowing way down for magic hour.
By far one of the most exciting parts of our trip was being interviewed and photographed by The New York Times. On Sunday they published a feature on our 1752 Dutch Colonial Farm House, detailing the journey that led us to find our historical Hudson Valley home. See the full article online here.
I took a few pics of how its looking this summer. Follow along on Insta @hudsonvalleyfarm for more!
We are in the process of sourcing brick and stone tile for our dining room floor. After that we’ll be moving on to restoring the walls and heating system in the living room.
Flower arrangements by Athabold Flowers
Sundown means tequila on the rocks in our house.
Vintage Wood Bench and Linen Bedding, call to order
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From left to right, Greta and Gertrude on duty to clear poison ivy around the house and to snuggle with, of course.
The best area of the house in the summer is outside. Just walking around the garden is so inspiring.
We inherited a beautiful country garden, and many flowers. Snow drops, daffodils, bleeding hearts, peonies, iris, lilac bushes, spirea bushes, magnolia and this clematis vine growing up the side of our smokehouse.
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