Fall Travels: Serenbe

30 September 2009

This past week I traveled to Serenbe in Palmetto, Georgia (about an hour outside Atlanta) for a photo shoot. Despite the previous days of near flooding, we had beautiful weather, and Serenbe itself couldn’t have been more gorgeous. The entire community is a really interesting mix of rustic and modern, like the scratched wooden chairs paired with the steel-topped table in the kitchen of the house we stayed at, or the rickety antique metal furniture placed in front of sleek black walls.

My favorite parts? Besides everything, I’d have to say the house keys attached to cow bells, the Stables, and the Blue-Eyed Daisy Bakeshop. And the front porches – ohhhh the front porches. If you’re looking for peace and quiet, or a place to gather friends and family for a wedding, give Serenbe a ring.

3 Responses to “Fall Travels: Serenbe”

  1. Lucky Designs

    How serene!!

  2. Lara

    I love your blog. Don't tell anyone, but it's the only blog I read every word of. We need to go back to Serenbe all together and just stay there with our men. I'm sure we can find a cute stable guy for Miss Whit ; )

  3. Emily

    Best. Comment. Ever.