Hot Shots: Studio Love is Enough Designs a 14-Key Hudson Valley Hotel
Loren Daye launched her firm in 2009, took seven years off to work as creative director for Ace Hotel Group, then reopened Studio Love is Enough in 2019.
No surprise that hospitality clients seek her out, among them restaurateurs Noah Bernamoff and Matt Kliegman who tapped her to transform their newly acquired Hudson Valley country inn into an Alpine-inspired, 14-room hotel, tavern, and bar.
Daye’s subtle makeover includes walls clad in reclaimed mushroom boxes, checkered daybeds, Isamu Noguchi lanterns, and custom maple furniture made by a local woodworker.
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