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Divine Provincetown

The Fairbanks Inn is Provincetown’s newest jewel. Co-owner Kevin O’Shea is the brain behind the thoughtful and luxe renovations of this historical building. Get a peek inside Kevin’s décor inspirations, and see how it’s translated into the Inn’s transformation over the next year.

Race Point Lighthouse, Provincetown, MA

The Fairbanks Inn's concierge can plan activities like biking, whale watching and kayaking.

Reminders of the inn's former life as a captain's house are found throughout.

I love the layering and textures in this outdoor space, I think it's important to approach the design and composition of your outdoor spaces in the same way you approach your interiors.

I have further adapted this recipe to include peanut butter alongside the fruit making it divine!

This is a great dish bursting with Spring flavors! The fact that it is also gluten free is a bonus for when we have guests with dietary restrictions.

I love the mix of simple modern forms in this historic and architecturally rich interior, this is the balance I'm creating at The Fairbanks Inn.

Historic Provincetown, MA from the harbor

The wall and trim colors of this room at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York inspired the color palette of The Fairbanks Inn. This link is also a great quick overview of the Federal style....

All 14 guestrooms at Fairbanks Inn blend historical details with modern design.

Making fresh, handmade pastries for breakfast doesn't always have to be a major undertaking, I love the simplicity of this recipe and the fact you can tailor it to whatever is in season.

Chalkboards have become a signature way for us to convey information to our guests every morning like menus, forecasts and recommended activities, I love all the unique ideas for chalkboard paint in this post...

The interior of the Fairbanks Inn.

The incredible breakfast spread is made by co-owner, Kevin O'Shea, every morning.

I love this image of Jasper Conran's conservatory, I'm hoping to convey the same lightness and eclecticism in the conservatory at Fairbanks where we serve breakfast each morning.

I have always found the Olde Bell Inn designed by Isle Crawford very inspiring for what we are doing on Cape Cod, a modern take on traditional interiors.