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Mahaiwe Tent

Parties & Openings

Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

Nov. 4 - Pittsfield
NAACP Awards Dinner

Oct. 29 - G. Barrington
Halloween At L'Atelier

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Hudson Home On The Move

Marilyn Bethany reports from Hudson. To celebrate the completion of larger, even more glamorous quarters, Richard Bodin and Gregory Feller, the owners of Hudson Home, invited friends, customers and design clients to take a peek and raise a glass on Sunday evening, Oct. 11, at their new showroom at 366 Warren Street, on the northwest corner of 4th. “When we first saw this space, it was a poorly lit, unheated, concrete shell,” recalls Bodin of the former printing plant. Now the ground floor is a light-filled retail showroom with a soaring 24-foot ceiling that features the team’s savvy selection of furniture, lighting, accessories and art. Up a flight of stairs on the mezzanine, there’s an extensive to-the-trade design library, as well as spaces for interior designers to work. “As designers ourselves, we have great empathy for the challenges professionals face,” says Feller. “We’re here to make their lives easier, too.” Above, co-owner Gregory Feller with the new location’s premier featured artist Liam Dean.

​Roy Ardizzone, owner of the new b&b Hudson Merchant House with his next-door neighbor on Hudson’s historic Front Street, Kristan Keck of Wm. Farmer and Sons, a boarding house, coffee shop, bar and restaurant; Leslie Anders with Sylvia Kaminsky of Sylvia Kaminsky Interiors.

Hudson Home co-owner Richard Bodin with Halldora Ingthors; Decorative artist Eric Filban with designers Shephen Shadley and Richard Gillette.

Iyla Shornstein, Jethro Nisson and Emily Johnston; Connor Cabrera with his mother Halldora Ingthors and sister Lilla Cabrera.

Landscape designer Jeffrey Perry with Tessy Keller, owner of TK Home & Garden; Win Jackson and Paul Trantanella.

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