Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The Adirondack's...Inside The Dartbrook Lodge

....so here are the pictures I promised to show you of the inside of our cottage at the Dartbrook Lodge. I'll post more pictures tomorrow of the inside of the other cottage's since there are so many pictures I'm posting today. The reason I'm posting so many pictures of this cottage is because the interior decorating was delightful. The owners paid special attention to detail and since these are not big cottages...space was wisely used. Please take a gander at the photos and I hope you see what I mean. When I walked in these cottage's I felt like I was in make believe land. It was so much fun. Click on the pictures for a closer view. Now for the tour!

I know this isn't an inside picture but I loved how the stone is stacked beneath the porch?

Please come in....

Main living area

Here is their version of the do not disturb sign that also served as a room freshner. It was filled with needles of white pine. It made the cottage smell so wonderful!

Little lamp on the twig dresser. So pretty.

This housed the TV and DVD player.

Unit opened to expose the TV and DVD player.

The dresser that the pretty little lamp sat on. The bathroom door is to the left and the kitchen is to the right. So cute!

Very comfy bed!

Looking at the kitchenette. I loved the idea of the curtains that could be pulled across for privacy.

Different view of entering the kitchen.

Upper kitchen shelves. Too cute. Stained red.

Closer view of the shelves.

Just gets cuter and cuter! Check out the window shutters and the built in breakfast nook. All are stained the same color red as the kitchen cabinets and shelves.

Yes...when you look out of the kitchen window you see wild flowers!

Oh...isn't there suppose to be a mirror above the bathroom sink?

When You shut the fabric shutter there is a mirror on the other side. Genius!


the wild raspberry said...

looks like the perfect retreat! and what a view....
have a wonderful day.

Diane said...

What a wonderful place to get away. I sure could enjoy a week of that kind of peace and relaxation. I sure can see why you love it so much, I must agree it is a great retreat spot!
Hugs, Diane

Christi said...

Wow, what a wonderful place. So many great details. Love the wildflowers outside the window.

Christi @ A Southern Life