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Saratoga Springs, NY 12866


Sneak Peek: Timber Frame Stunner

I am so excited about this month’s Simply Saratoga issue. For this issue, my friends, Ed and Nicole, let me shoot their gorgeous new home just outside of Saratoga. Not only did they design a super cool house but Ed … Continue reading

Sneak Peek: Dream Cottage on Park Place

I’m back from an unofficial hiatus… because it was summer, we re-opened Silverwood in a new Bolton Landing location, I am hugely pregnant, and, well, I’ve had a lot on my plate. So, sorry for the lack of posts these … Continue reading

Building a brave New World Home

I discovered the amazing pre-fab home manufacturer, New World Home, when I was doing some of my continuing ed for my real estate license, last year. The course was on “green building” and it was a video course, so it … Continue reading

Ode to a Leading Lady- The Adelphi Hotel

As many Saratogians know, the Adelphi just had a HUGE sale, selling off its old (and not-so-old) furniture, tchotchkes, and even old tv’s, as it prepares to undergo what is sure to be a colossal makeover. The lines reached Starbucks … Continue reading

Big Red- Part 2 (Interior)

Well, the Big Red Barn has sold. It had a good run- perhaps the best times when we used it for big barn parties, like to celebrate my engagement to Josh, before it was renovated. There was plenty of heartache … Continue reading

Big Red- Part 1 (Exterior)

As some of you may know, my mom and my step-dad have been renovating a beautiful, HUGE (it was nearly 12,000 square feet at one point), old carriage house near North Broadway. As of this August, it was finally completed, … Continue reading

Featured Architect: Ross Chapin and the “Wee” Home

For several years, I’ve been following the work of Ross Chapin Architects, out of Washington state. They specialize in very small to moderately sized cottage-style homes (one might call them “wee”) that may be compact, but are big on charm. … Continue reading

Dream House: Yankee Barn Homes

Last year, after we sold the house on Regent Street without any real plan as to where we were going to go, we looked at several options. One of them was to build on a lot my parents own out … Continue reading