Thursday, October 26, 2017

Green Castkills

End of the summer in the Catskills, NY is always a treat. It is not quite fall yet, but nature is silently and almost invisibly starting to prepare for cooler months ahead. And so the air is fresh, the colors vibrant, like if nature gave it all before eventually shedding until spring returns.




I love long walks in the woods, walking on branches and leaves, and the rich smell of earth and soil – then coming back to a welcoming home.

Hang your jacket, and come sit and relax!

Reclaimed Wood Coatrack (Amazon)



Moroccan Wedding Ottoman (Anthropologie)
















Maxwell swivel leather Chair (Restoration Hardware)







The sight of a fireplace beckons to sit for contemplation...







Corona Coffee Table (Anthropologie)




















East coast flowers are abundant: brown-eyed Susan, purple coneflower, lilies, Russian sage, Queen Anne's lace...
Artisan Mission Rocker - oak (Amish outlet store)

















     All attract bumble bees and butterflies.
Greylock gold Easton chair (Annie Selke)











Pillar coat Rack (Wayfair)
Urban Mission pub Table (Liberty Furniture - Houzz)
Art Canvas (The Bungalow Craft)















Apple tree - so yummy! It's almost time to come home...

Harvey Ellis club chair - circa 1906 (Stickley)



Rustic metal wall Rack
(Wallmart)




















Moroccan Pouf (West Elm)












... for a cup of tea!






Or a hot chocolate! Feeling full of beautiful nature :)





Sophie Castro offers Interior Design services in Los Angeles, CA and Honolulu, HI.She can be reached at: sophiecastrointeriors@gmail.com


All nature photographs were taken by author.

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