Woodloch...a tale of monochromatic beauty

I am in love…with Woodloch. I stumbled upon this quaint and ever so lovely Lodge quite by accident.

While looking through some online articles in Interior Design magazine, I ran across this picture:

A serene porch layered with texture and warmth. So of course I clicked on the image and through a rabbit trail known to many as the internet I found myself on the website of its creator, D’Aquino Monaco. A New York based design firm. Upon further investigation I found a whole gallery dedicated to the spa, lounge, and reception of this quaint Lodge.

What struck me most about this space was its basic color scheme. The textures and warmth all layered in muted tones of beige, brown, mushroom and taupe.

Without feeling dull or boring this space invites you to sit, relax, and stay awhile.

The Lodge at Woodloch is located in Pawley, PA with the closet major town being Scranton.

I LOVE THAT! I’ve never heard of Pawley PA, have you? But it’s remote setting lends itself to quiet; to rest; to peace and calm… coming out of the busy Christmas season and looking into the fresh possibilities that is 2019. I’m thankful for this monochromatic oasis and the ease with which it’s faux bois carpeting runs like the forest floor just outside the back porch.

So if you can’t make it out to Pawley PA, you can make it out your local parks. Step into nature, be calm, be still, and be refreshed…