We opened over two years ago (can you believe it?) and in that time last artwork we bought for the inn was a piece by Ray Tadeucci. Well last weekend we attended the Rhinebeck Crafts Festival and found some great artwork, predominantly photography for several rooms. In looking for things for the inn the trick for us was making sure that whatever we found a) worked with what was currently in place in the room(s) and b) keep the aesthetic we have already established. Several rooms we knew needed attention more than others, so we focused on those rooms and are very pleased with what we found.
We found this wonderful tryptich for the Traver Guest Room. The photograph, printed on canvas, depicts a mountain range during foliage season, one of our favorite and most popular times at the inn. The rusts, oranges, golds and deep greens works very well with the earth toned walls and neutral window treatments. The piece almost gives you the impression that you’re looking out a window toward the mountains.
For the Edmonds Guest Room we found three art-deco inspired floral prints. The colors work really well in the room and the arrangement mirrors the recessed panels on the bed’s headboard. Since the Edmonds Guest Room overlooks the rear garden we’ve chosen to continue the floral theme with these prints.
We have other artwork that is currently being framed and should be installed in the next few weeks. Check out our Facebook Fanpage for up to date information. While you’re there become a TCH fan!