from the archives: a New England cape cod decorated by Kathryn M. Ireland (5 ideas to borrow)

These are days, these late days of September, of hanging on and letting go. And I think that’s what we do frequently in our homes: we hold on, we let go, we try something new. With this in mind, I’m revisiting a home featured in House Beautiful Magazine (2016) that I think captures this time of… Continue reading from the archives: a New England cape cod decorated by Kathryn M. Ireland (5 ideas to borrow)

summer places: Chappaquiddick (by way of Edgartown)

To get to Chappaquiddick you must pass through Edgartown proper. As you follow the signs thru the narrow streets to the Chappy Ferry, you will find yourself in a place of white picket fences, window boxes, neatly trimmed hedges of boxwood and privet, white Federal style houses with dark green doors and shutters, small manicured… Continue reading summer places: Chappaquiddick (by way of Edgartown)

a flower farm (and a summer bouquet)

Butterbee Farm is tucked away along the edges of a residential community and a thirty-minute drive from Baltimore City proper. Owned and operated by husband and wife team, Jascha Owens and Laura Beth Resnick, Butterbee Farm provides locally grown flowers to the Baltimore/DC region and the Chesapeake Bay area.And this past Saturday the flower farm… Continue reading a flower farm (and a summer bouquet)

antiquing (and other things) in Annapolis

This weekend the weather was perfect, blue skies and low humidity, so we took a little jaunt down to Annapolis to take in the summer sights and do some shopping. It has been too long since we paid a visit to this lovely historic town, and it was nice to revisit some favorite shops and… Continue reading antiquing (and other things) in Annapolis