Get ready to meet one of the most dazzling vintage houses of your life! Today we are going to show you a 18th-century colonial mansion in New York that was transformed into a boutique hotel to die for. With a vintage decor, this house has made us fall in love in second. Let’s get inspired by this historic Hudson Valley property!
IF YOU’RE A VINTAGE LOVER: DAZZLING TINY VINTAGE HOUSES WITH A STYLISH DESIGN TO INSPIRE YOU
“Hudson Valley’s Hasbrouck House feels more like a home away from home than a hotel.”
This vintage hotel features stunning stonework, reclaimed wood floors and expansive grounds, including a 55-foot pool built in 1923.
With 20 one-of-a-kind rooms and suites between four buildings and a farm-to-table restaurant called Butterfield, the Hasbrouck House opened its doors in Summer 2016.
What has really caught our eye in this house, was that is the way it blends traditional style with contemporary touches.
“From a design perspective, the idea was to have a lot of classic elements but also bring in a lot of contemporary elements as well. I separated the rooms from the common areas,” Reich says. Starting at $275 a night, “the rooms, from the furniture to the colors, are very subtle and light and when you’re in the rooms you feel a sense of tranquility.”
Luxe accents, like velvet, gold, and marble, are juxtaposed against vintage Persian rugs and reclaimed wood floors.
Every single room is different since some suites might contain kitchenettes, fireplaces, or soaking tubs, while others are cozy bedrooms with pitched ceilings fit for a romantic night away. The club room is filled with eclectic vignettes and vintage-inspired wallpaper.
Botti modern chandelier instantly takes us into a music concert starring Chris Botti. The mid-century lighting design was inspired by the American trumpet player as a tribute to jazz music.
On the back patio is Butcher & Bar an area that in the evening becomes a public outdoor movie theater and live music venue, and on Saturday mornings hosts free yoga sessions.
“The property doubles as a venue for markets and workshops spotlighting local vendors, and is available to book for private events, including weddings and retreats.“
All in all, a year after the opening, Reich’s dream of creating a comforting, inspiring getaway has become a reality.
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