With November Tense For So Many Reasons, You Need A Soothing Getaway Now
If you are up for traveling safely, we've found an amazing place to get away from it all, but in fab, rustic luxury.
Last month, four-time CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year nominee, Todd Snyder partnered with Hidden Pond to debut his first hotel-design collaboration with The From Away Lodge by Todd Snyder. The stylish suite, inspired by Todd Snyder x L.L.Bean’s Fall 2020 ‘From Away’ Runway Collection is a takeover of one of Hidden Pond’s ten Treetop Lodges, gorgeously blending indoor and outdoor living. Echoing Hidden Pond’s ethos of rustic luxury, Todd Snyder brings his signature style to offer guests a one-of-a-kind stay in his distinctly designed suite, which can be booked alone or complete with “The From Away Experience” package curated by Todd Snyder himself.
The private luxury Maine resort is tucked away among 60 acres of pristine birch forest in Kennebunkport, Hidden Pond offers a modern twist on the classic New England resort experience. The property features 46 exclusive guesthouses, two-bedroom cottages, one-bedroom bungalows, and new Treetop Lodges, each with a unique interior design and style as well as a spa, an organic garden named The Farm, and the farm-to-fork restaurant, Earth.
Todd Snyder, in collaboration with Hurlbutt Design and Maine-based designer Krista Stokes, combined traditional outdoor elements with premium textures and fabrics to create an upscale sanctuary amongst the enchanted woods where Hidden Pond is situated. Mirroring his runway collection, The From Away Lodge by Todd Snyder showcases a minimalist, contemporary design elevated by industrial accents. The interior’s playful color palette of red, black, and green, with pops of orange, embraces Todd Snyder’s forward-thinking design along with the hotel’s coastal New England charm.
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The two bedrooms are fitted with custom ABC Home patchwork rugs, reclaimed Russian Pine headboards, mirrors featuring custom live-edge wood frames, pebble stone-tiled bathroom showers, naturally stained nickel-gap wood along the walls, honed princess white marble top night tables and John Robshaw linen bedding accented with wool blankets. The primary room, located within the suite, features a Herman Miller dresser, a 1920’s vintage antler above the headboard and artwork from Timothy Wilson, sourced from the nearby Corey Daniels gallery in Wells, Maine, while the secondary room boasts an antique dresser, a framed vintage Maine state flag above the headboard and Jonathan Mess reclaimed slab ceramic. Each bedroom has access to a private screened-in porch outfitted with a built-in daybed and pillows reupholstered by designer Stephen Kenn’s distinctive military canvas alongside chairs reupholstered with Academy Wool blankets.
This is about comfort and style in a beautiful, nuturing vibe. We're ready to pack our bags!