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We are elated to announce that after months of extensive renovations and design planning, Annie’s luxury inn, 33 Main is finally open!

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Tuesday evening, Annie hosted a beautiful opening event at the Innburlap pillow cover diy, which was well-attended by close friends, colleagues, folks from the Lenox community as well as a number of home design influencers and members of the local press.

Annie Selke and Bob White, COO and President of The Annie Selke Companies, pose on the Front Steps of 33 Main

Staff from The Annie Selke Companies Enjoy the Opening Event

If you missed our previous posts on the inn and its many renovations and changes over this past year, be sure to read them here, here, and here.

To book your stay at 33 Main, visit the website to check availability! Be sure to follow 33 Main on Instagram and Facebook, too!

Stay tuned in the coming weeks for a final reveal post for 33 Main, showcasing the gorgeous downstairs common areas to the luxurious bathrooms and all eight thoughtfully-designed bedrooms. In the meantime, enjoy these vignettes that illustrate the different themes and textiles used for each room:

We’re always on the hunt for holiday how-to’s that are simple, cheerful, and a little off the beaten path. And since our love affair with yarn bombing is still going strong, ever since we yarn-bombed this headboard, we thought, Why not apply it to holiday décor? Enter our exclusive take on yarn-bombed branches.

Our new modern vanities are designed to personalize. You can create your own unique look by choosing the perfect style, size and materials for your space. Here’s how to make a Room & Board bathroom vanity your own modern masterpiece.

Father’s Day is in just a few weeks. Your group text chain with your mother and siblings has descended into chaos. Good ideas have run dry. Pops has plenty of ties, all the garden tools he could ever need and enough collared shirts to stock a second-hand menswear store for three years. You’re stumped.