Enchanting is the first word that comes to mind when you visit Troutbeck.
This restored manor, on 45 secluded acres, has a rich history as a retreat for luminaries like Mark Twain, Henry David Thoreau and Teddy Roosevelt.
When we met the owner, he said he wanted the inn to feel like it was handed down to the grandchildren who in turn, put their spin on it. The interiors are a mixture of old and new, antique and vintage, and the lighting tells its own playful story throughout. Owner-sourced antique fixtures blend with contemporary fixtures, cafe curtains glow from below with led lights tucked into wooden channels, and select cabinetry incorporates warm millwork lighting.
We were challenged to use as many existing fixture locations as possible. In some spaces we did as little as change out lamps, in others we created fully integrated lighting details. Each guestroom is unique and had to be individually site surveyed. The result - each space feels personal and no two rooms are alike.
Location, Amenia New York
All photographic images used with permission from Troutbeck and Hospitality Design Magazine