we took a quick trip to woodstock, ny over the weekend. i was excited to check out the woodstock flea market, and do some yard sale hunting… we did both, but i left with only one purchase: a nice vintage butter dish.
we stayed in a cute cabin, lent to us by one of josh’s colleagues. it was half renovated; the owner’s have started at one end and are working their way to the other. it was interesting to see the stark contrast of the two ends of the house. i loved some of the details in the un-renovated end, and wondered what they will choose to keep. it had wood paneling and felt very dark, but i loved the rustic, cabin-y feel. the new end of the house was much brighter, with new walls, tiles, and taupe paint– very “urban” design choices, and no trace of the old cabin look… i had fun fantasizing about how i would want to renovate an old cabin myself, and combine modern amenities but retain the cabin charm!