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Trending on Remodelista: Gone Summering

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Trending on Remodelista: Gone Summering

July 23, 2021

Hopefully you have plans to be a guest somewhere this summer—at a friend’s weekend home, in a bed and breakfast in the country, at a waterfront inn, perhaps. If not, here are some ideas to inspire you, courtesy of Remodelista this week:

Above: If you’re interested in a small lakeside inn, look no further: this one in Maine ticks off all the boxes for a restful and charming stay. Both the featured photograph and this one are by Jordan Shaw, from Seven Lakes Inn in Maine: Summer-Ready Lodgings by a Mother-Daughter Duo.
Imagine waking up and making coffee in this guesthouse. Photograph courtesy of Jack Trench Barn, from Kitchen of the Week: A Modern Barn Conversion in the English Countryside.
Above: Imagine waking up and making coffee in this guesthouse. Photograph courtesy of Jack Trench Barn, from Kitchen of the Week: A Modern Barn Conversion in the English Countryside.
Above: “I wanted to create a unique guest house to provide a refuge that people could retreat to, but also connect within,” says the owner of Natasha Lawless, the owner of the Kindred House. Photograph courtesy of the Kindred House, from A New, Creative Coastal Retreat in Margate, England.

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