- Photography by Andrea Priorelli
- A home tour of a farmhouse in Millbrook, New York
Crowded streets, rotting garbage, lack of moving air underground; these moments of metropolitan madness are the reason that the mythical “upstate weekend” is a necessitiy for a New Yorker’s survival.
Against the better judgement of my accountant (*cough* mint.com *cough”), and the fictionalized fear of where such a trip could lead (we’ve all seen that episode of Girls) I decided to unplug and retreat from the all the noise of the streets and the tweets.
Millbrook, NY (population 300) provided a secluded yet, inhabitated enough location to serve as the perfect backdrop. The town was exceptionally quaint, but don’t worry, it had 3 antique shops.
Our lodging, a barn converted into
a home a heaven, was simply stunning.
The impact an open floor plan can have on opening a jaded soul, should never be understated.
Vibrant colors against pristine whites.
with beauty in the details,
sun through the windows,
and stars in the sky.
12 queers, 4 days, 3 nights, 1 location, 0 regrets.
Millbrook NY, we owe you. #BarnOfSecrets2014