Tuesday, November 16, 2010

c/o The Maidstone











In just a few more days I'll be on my way to the Hamptons!! I've been obsessing about it and researching for a while now, and one of my favorite discoveries has been c/o The Maidstone, a chic boutique hotel in East Hampton. Unfortunately staying there is out of my blogger's budget, but luckily for us, drooling over their images is free! The Maidstone was purchased a couple years ago by Swedish hotelier Jenny Ljungberg. She infused the hotel with a free-spirited Scandinavian vibe, inspired by the wonderful fabrics of Josef Frank. For more on the design as well as more droolworthy photos, visit The Kitchen Designer. And be sure to check out their official site for more information or reserve a room (lucky duck)!

18 comments:

Tiernan said...

c/o The Maidstone is fantastic. I have a house in East Hampton and my parents stayed there (formerly the Maidstone Arms) after their wedding. The restuarant (The Living Room) is probably the best food in the Hamptons! Hope you have a great time out there - I go almost every weekend! Beautiful time of year to go!

Stunning- said...

Those big beautiful beds make me want to just crawl right in!

Laura Trevey said...

Wow... such gorgeous rooms filled with bright color!

susan said...

Erin,

Oh my goodness, first, thank you for adding the link to my post Second, if you haven't been there before, you are going to LOVE it. I go out there frequently. I'm on the north shore of Long Island. Feel free to reach out to me for suggestions of where to go, etc. It's a fantastic region and you must have a meal at The Maidstone...any meal! Have fun!! And reach out to me if you'd like!!

Karen said...

I drool over the beautiful rooms that you post everyday. My day wouldn't be complete without it. Thanks for brightening up my life

Lovely Scribbles said...

Wow! So gorgeous! Have a wonderful trip to the Hamptons, and be sure to take lots of pictures!

Anonymous said...

Such a beautiful hotel!! An awesome turquoise room, a bathtub with room for two, AND it's in the Hamptons; what more could one ask for???

Anonymous said...

Just lovely! I am really loving the botanical print above the bed in pic 3, and the room in pic 4 (so serene!). Pic 5 looks like a room on a yacht! Colors in all the rooms are gorgeous. Love those Swedes!

You are going to have so much fun on your trip, celebrating your engagement!

- Kimberly

Catherine O'Neal said...

Have a wonderful trip!!!! I've never been to The Hamptons, but the pictures make me want to! I'm dying to figure out what that turquoise wall color is - the perfect DEEP shade without looking too poppy and bright!!

Down Comforter said...

I really love those throw pillows in the 4th picture. Very unique!

Anonymous said...

The paint color in room #4 (Tove Jansson Room). I love it! I wonder what it is.

Anonymous said...

Hi!
It makes me so happy to read all your comments. We worked very hard to create a hotel that people would love. We also love turquoise and try to use it as often as we can.Our Interior designer Nadia Tolstoy most definitively have the color codes if you would like them. You can find her at www.apparat.nu
Malin Hedblom
Brand Developer
c/o Hotels

Jenn @ Living Luxe for Less said...

Wow this hotel is beautiful! The designer did an incredible job with the color and fabric selections. Thank you for sharing! I hope you have a wonderful trip to the Hamptons, and maybe you can sneak into NYC to do some shopping!

Anonymous said...

"Our Interior designer Nadia Tolstoy most definitively have the color codes if you would like them. You can find her at www.apparat.nu"

Excellent! I'll be doing that. Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

Update: In case anyone else is curious, I just heard back from Nadia (the superb designer here), who was incredibly kind and responsive. It turns out the color for the Tove Jansson room (pic #4) is Grey Owl (OC-52) by Benjamin Moore. (My impression is that I'm not giving away any secrets by telling people this, but if so, my sincere apologies.) Also, apparently, the Google English-Swedish translator isn't half bad...for anyone's future reference.

Yay for the internet, great blogs, and nice people all around!

Shorely Chic said...

Have so much fun in the Hamptons!! You will LOVE it!

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Sean MFK Bruns said...

Has anyone gotten the paint code for the turqouise?? If so please share. Thank you

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