In these socially distant times, we've all been spending more time at home. Here at Upcoast Design, that means that we've been busy as many of you embark on interior design projects to make your home more livable, comfortable and beautiful.
I want to take this opportunity to re-introduce ourselves and let you know what we've been up to since the coronavirus changed all our lives. I've been grateful to remain busy during these turbulent and uncertain times. I now have two associate designers, Erin Eames and Jenny Duck, and a studio assistant, Stephanie Gaskell. And, of course, my dog Zuzu, our head of human resources, has been incredibly helpful in keeping our spirits high. You can read more about them all here.
We recently completed a major interior design project that I'm extremely proud of at a luxurious yet quaint New England country inn. Cranberry Meadow Farm is an historical eight-guest room inn located in Peterborough, N.H. in the shadows of Mount Monadnock.
(Photo Credit: Jumping Rocks Photography)
Trust me, you're going to want to stay here!
And if you can't get away just now, I hope that you are finding comfort in your own home. I'll be writing in this space regularly to help us all better connect as we navigate through this pandemic. I hope you will find inspiration for your own home and a sense of togetherness.
Thanks for reading.