A Historic Seaside Hotel Goes Green (& Modern)

A Historic Seaside Hotel Goes Green (& Modern)

Sarah Rainwater
Jul 6, 2009

One of the best things about living in Rhode Island — the smallest state with 400 miles of coastline — is that you are hardly ever more than an hour's drive from some pretty darn glorious beaches. But for anyone not lucky enough to live nearby, get very excited about the opening of the historic Stone House hotel, located in one of our favorite seaside getaways, the town of Little Compton. The landmark estate, built in 1854 was extensively renovated with the aim of preserving the property's history while incorporating green technology like Integrated Photovoltaic Panels that provide 100% of the property's lighting requirements when the sun is shining...

The interiors were designed by 3Six0 Architecture and each bed is covered in a custom quilt by one of our favorite textile artists, Denyse Schmidt. And before we forget, the view is just flat out amazing.

For more information, visit The Stone House.

(Images: 1-3: Karen Philippi; 4: Studio AMD; 5: Craig Pishotti)

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