Wildflower Farms Resort within the Hudson Valley

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Provided that this week’s theme is “Recent Picks,” how may we not embrace this newish resort (it opened this previous fall) within the Hudson Valley known as Wildflower Farms? The resort, set on 140 bucolic acres in Gardiner, New York, is abloom with design concepts that one doesn’t usually see in motels.

“We designed the undertaking to really feel like somebody’s nation retreat within the Hudson Valley and to take you far-off from metropolis life,” says Christie Ward, of Ward + Grey, the New York Metropolis-based studio charged with the resort’s inside design. “We seemed to the Arts and Crafts motion within the space and early American houses to seek out inspiration for the furnishings shapes and the motifs [that show up in] the {custom} materials and rugs.”

Beneath, she delves into the design choices that went into creating the chic-in-the-country vibe at Wildflower.

Pictures courtesy of Wildflower Farms.

“we feel like the interiors blend in naturally to the landscape and 14
Above: “We really feel just like the interiors mix in naturally to the panorama and we felt very fortunate to have such a backdrop for the undertaking, which is the true star of the undertaking,” says Christie. The point of interest of the Nice Porch (apart from the view) is the central, giant hearth. The pendant lights have been custom-designed by Ward + Grey and “pulled inspiration from antiques discovered close by and native to the Hudson Valley.”

“we wanted to do an updated take on a quilt for the sofa upholstery 15
Above: “We needed to do an up to date tackle a quilt for the couch upholstery, so determined to combine collectively totally different patterns and textures for the couch cushions all through the foyer. The rocking chairs have been all discovered classic at Brimfield, reupholstered with Pierre Frey and Brochier materials in a deep inexperienced tone to herald the outside.” On the wall is a composition by Stuart Thornton, who creates artwork from preserved vegetation; this one options large-scaled Gunnera leaves.

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