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Coastal Living Beach House Style

Author : The Editors Of Coastal Living
ISBN : 0848733649
Genre : House & Home
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This treasure trove of decorating inspiration showcases coastal homes from the shores of New England down to Key West and the Caribbean. It explores the unique design of seaside homes along the rugged coastline of the Pacific Northwest down to the sunny beaches of Southern California, letting readers experience how the architectural vernacular of a region influences the design of its homes. Step inside these homes to see how the coastal way of life dictates the décor-from thoughtfully designed porches that are an extension of the home, punches of citrus green and seaglass blue in a whimsical room for children, to kitchens and living rooms that are casual gathering places in the truest sense. Get ideas for infusing your own home with a similar laid-back sense of style. See how simple updates like the choice of paint color or lighting can truly make a room, and gather ideas for your own redo with our inspiring makeovers.
Category: House & Home

Coastal Living Outdoor Spaces

Author : Editors of Coastal Living Magazine
ISBN : 0848739132
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 34.46 MB
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From front door to back patio, the first section of Coastal Living Outdoor Spaces features a colorful visual tour of some of the most inspiring outdoor areas from the pages of the magazine. Design ideas and home decorating tips show how to achieve a relaxed coastal-style ambience outdoors, regardless of where you live. The spaces are deconstructed so it's easy to understand the key components to getting a particular look. The second section offers lots of great ideas for designing everything from a small garden oasis to which coastal-inspired plants are best for sun or shade. The final section provides exterior paint palettes, product suggestions, and how-to care guides for every outdoor space. This book offers exciting and fun design inspiration for everyone-even if you don't live at the beach! 200+ pages of outdoor spaces design tips and advice from the magazine that is the expert on all things Coastal Accessible, useful, and easy to understand information on a range of outdoor spaces including porches, pools, patios, decks, outdoor kitchens, and more Over 200 full color inspirational photos Resource section with maintenance checklists for outfitting and caring for your outdoor space
Category: House & Home

Beautiful Beach Houses

Author : The Images Publishing Group
ISBN : 1864708611
Genre : Architecture
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Superb guide to the best contemporary beach house designs from around the world, including stunning examples from Australia, South Africa, United States, Spain, Portugal, and Greece Adorned throughout with full-color photographs of dreamy inspiring houses set in gorgeous coastal settings Includes more than 30 beach houses by award-winning and high-profile architects The lure of a home by the ocean resonates with us all, bring to mind the beauty and changing moods of the water, the intoxicating salty scent and the sound of waves against the shore. But what makes a beach house, and how does the idea of a home by the coast differ across the world? This stunning edition showcases a global snapshot of beautifully designed coastal homes, with a diverse mix of types, from Hamptons style to more minimalist residences, reflecting the different landscapes and locations. Lavishly illustrated with full-color images of award-winning architecture combined with spectacular views, this curated list brings together the most recent designs from highly regarded architects to produce the best examples of contemporary beach house residential design. This book is a captivating glimpse into the irresistible world of modern and stylish contemporary living in homes that take full advantage of their beachside settings.
Category: Architecture

Outdoor Living

Author : The Images Publishing Group
ISBN : 9781876907556
Genre : Architecture
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From large-scale courtyards to smaller outdoor areas, this new volume is packed w/innovative design ideas. Recognizing the growing trend towards healthy, outdoor living, this book features a beautiful array of the latest courtyard spaces by world-renowned architects.
Category: Architecture

Surfside Style

Author : Fifi O'Neill
ISBN : 178249880X
Genre : House & Home
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Surfside Style is a celebration of the simple colors, natural textures, and sun-bleached beauty of living by the sea. Beautiful specially-commissioned photography showcases twelve gorgeous homes across the United States—from California to North Carolina—that are inspired by the calm and rhythm of living in harmony with the water. From beach cottages to surf shacks, romantic vacation hideaways to bohemian nods to the past, Surfside Style showcases decorative inspiration for all of us who love the ocean or dream of living by the sea. Here interiors bear the influence of maritime colors and simple, natural textures, hand-hewn beams, bleached wood, weathered planks, woven blankets, and mother-of pearl tones. Fifi O’Neill shows you how to combine originality, creative energy, whimsy, and the spirit of the surf to create serene, authentic, and enchanting interiors.
Category: House & Home

Attacked From Beneath By Carp And From Above By Seagulls

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ISBN : 9781940450889
Genre : Literary Collections
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For the past twelve years, out of a tiny but well-lit corner of the McSweeney’s offices in San Francisco, The Believer has published essays and interviews that are great for all seasons. But this collection is not interested in 75 percent of those seasons. Included in this eminently beach-tote-able digital edition are interviews, essays, poetry, and reviews that cover all the staples of summer—beach houses, amusement parks, surfing, road trips, honeymoons, failed Gen X sodas, and Taylor Swift. Judy Blume and Lena Dunham discuss Fifty Shades of Grey; Sarah Silverman makes her grandma cry; Peter Schjeldahl shares secrets from his annual fireworks display; Simon Rich wins an epic basketball game; and a lake in Lago Vista, Texas named “Fun" reveals itself to be anything but. Perfect for long, lazy days, this issue represents the best of The Believer’s buoyant (and slightly sunburned) side.
Category: Literary Collections

Coastal Living

Author : Henrietta Heald
ISBN : 184975733X
Genre : Design
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Divided into four chapters – classic, contemporary, casual and country-style – Coastal Living visits homes scattered all over the globe, from Denmark to Mexico. These shoreside dwellings boast a rich variety of different architecture and interior styles, but they all share a similar spirit. All are are beautiful but practical, featuring bare wooden boards, uncurtained windows open to the morning sun, and furnishings covered in robust linen or cotton that can endure exposure to salt water and the sun’s fierce rays. Many of them feature nautical-themed accessories or draw inspiration from beachcombing, displaying shells and driftwood to feel close to nature and the sound of the waves. Whatever the style, their interiors speak of a relaxed, informal, carefree lifestyle where the boundaries between inside and out are blurred. The book also features insightful essays on some of the traditions and characteristics of the coastal lifestyle, such as the story of surfing, decorating with beach finds, plants for coastal gardens, living with nautical maps and charts, and more. Interspersed throughout are recipes for delicious and healthy seafood dishes that will allow you to make the most of the daily catch as well as evocative quotations from great writers extolling the drama and majesty of the ever-changing ocean.Â
Category: Design

Coastal Blues

Author : Phoebe Howard
ISBN : 9781683352273
Genre : House & Home
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From design expert (and interior design readers’ favorite) Phoebe Howard comes a new book focused on decorating with beautiful blue color schemes. Coastal Blues is a glorious decor book filled with inspiring images of beach houses, seacoast getaways, vacation cottages, and luxurious seaside manors. It is also a hardworking how-to-get-the-look book that offers solid interior design and styling advice. Featuring brand-new, never-before-published projects, every page reflects the ease and casual elegance of shoreline living. With chapters such as Sea Glass (brilliant blue color schemes), Indigo Bay (true blue schemes), and Ocean Mist (pale blue schemes), Phoebe Howard shows design lovers how to make the coastal style modern, fresh, and very much their own.
Category: House & Home

Seaside Living

Author : The Images Publishing Group
ISBN : 9781864706277
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 34.44 MB
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Seaside Living: 50 Remarkable Houses features a breathtaking, hand-picked collection of innovative designs in contemporary residential beachside architecture, showcased with stunning full-colour photography. This book celebrates our connection to the seaside – whether as a summer playground, winter hideaway or permanent abode, there is nothing quite so relaxing as living by the water. Images Publishing has carefully selected projects that underscore and demonstrate the dramatic and coherent blend of beautiful architecturally designed houses and the spectacular range in ecology and topography of coastal environments. Among the projects in this book are stunning beach houses that range from peaceful retreats to edgy designer homes spanning the world over, including an extensive range from Europe, the United States, Australia and New Zealand. Seaside Living explores how homes are designed to celebrate their enviable beachfront positions, allowing their inhabitants to form an ingenious bond with the natural landscape. Some houses are adapted from ramshackle retreats into modern glass and steel structures that frame the magnificent ocean views. Other residences reflect the architect’s vision of working with sustainable materials, promoting both beauty and longevity, opting for a material palette that relies on suitability from the harsh, corrosive salt spray environment and representation with the location – reminiscent of flotsam, rich but weathered.
Category: Architecture

Simply By The Sea

Author : Tracey Rapisardi
ISBN : 1940772494
Genre : Architecture
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Coastal living to island living- Simply by the Sea is a beautiful collection of interiors by Tracey Rapasardi. Comfortable interiors welcome family and friends at these stunning coastal retreats that sit along the natural beauty of the coastlines.
Category: Architecture

House Beautiful

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ISBN : UOM:39015065069737
Genre : Architecture, Domestic
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Category: Architecture, Domestic

Landscape Australia

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ISBN : UVA:X006193708
Genre : Landscape architecture
File Size : 68.16 MB
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Category: Landscape architecture

Down East

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ISBN : WISC:89102184967
Genre : Maine
File Size : 78.92 MB
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Category: Maine

San Diego Magazine

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123006459
Genre : San Diego (Calif.)
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Category: San Diego (Calif.)

The Rise And Decline Of The Redneck Riviera

Author : Harvey H. Jackson
ISBN : 9780820343785
Genre : History
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A “lucid, often pithy” history of the eastern Gulf Coast vacation destination by an Alabama native who is “a talented storyteller as well as a scholar” (Washington Times). In The Rise and Decline of the Redneck Riviera, Southern historian Harvey H. Jackson presents a cultural history of the coastal region stretching from Mobile Bay and Gulf Shores, Alabama, to Panama City, Florida—an area known as the “Redneck Riviera.” Jackson chronicles the evolution of the are from the late 1920s, when it was sparsely populated with small fishing villages, through to the devastating BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010. With both personal and historical perspectives, Jackson explores the area’s development as a middle- and working-class vacation destination following World War II, the building boom of the fifties and sixties, and the emergence of the Spring Break “season.” He tracks the hurricanes that destroyed historic construction, the building boom that brought high-rise condos, and the effects of the 2008 housing market crash. While his major focus is on the social, cultural, and economic development, he also documents the environmental and financial impacts of natural disasters and the politics of beach access and dune and sea turtle protection.
Category: History

Seaside Style

Author : Eleanor Lynne Nesmith
ISBN : UVA:X004741412
Genre : House & Home
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Seaside, Florida is a town designed as an "ideal" community in the Southern vernacular style, where houses have front porches and verandahs, picket fences and sleeping porches, and pitched tin roofs with ample overhangs. Seaside, along with other new planned towns and communities, sets an important precedent for all new small towns and will long be looked to as a model for those living in tropical climes, on the water, or in coastal communities. Now, for the very first time, the reader is given a privileged view of the inside of this extraordinary community-how people actually live in it-how they have arranged their spaces, furnished their homes, and planted their gardens to take advantage of the beauty by which they are surrounded. This book, as the title suggests, lays out a vision of coastal living based on this ideal community. Seaside, Florida is a town designed as an "ideal" community in the Southern vernacular style, where houses have front porches and verandahs, picket fences and sleeping porches, and pitched tin roofs with ample overhangs. Seaside, along with other new planned towns and communities, sets an important precedent for all new small towns and will long be looked to as a model for those living in tropical climes, on the water, or in coastal communities. Now, for the very first time, the reader is given a privileged view of the inside of this extraordinary community-how people actually live in it-how they have arranged their spaces, furnished their homes, and planted their gardens to take advantage of the beauty by which they are surrounded. This book, as the title suggests, lays out a vision of coastal living based on this ideal community.
Category: House & Home

The Principles Of Pretty Rooms

Author : Phoebe Howard
ISBN : 9781647002923
Genre : House & Home
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Beloved interior designer Phoebe Howard shares her style secrets for creating truly pretty rooms filled with grace and charm The design world’s favorite Mrs. is back, with tried and true décor “rules” and classic strategies for creating pretty, charming, and timeless interiors. Celebrating warm, welcoming style, each chapter explores the color palettes, fabrics, and special little grace notes that make a room pretty. As always, Mrs. Howard delivers a range of inspiring examples, from pretty rooms in townhouses, beach houses, and country escapes to pretty-meets-grand-style in estates and manors. She also presents how-to-get-the-look advice, including favorite color combinations, fabric patterns, furnishings, and accessories that instantly transform a space. The majority of the projects have never been published, creating an irresistible guide for all who dream of having the signature Mrs. Howard look: interiors filled with light, easy elegance and pretty details.
Category: House & Home

Tracery

Author : Paige Sumblin Schnell
ISBN : 9781683355595
Genre : House & Home
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Tracery was founded by Paige Sumblin Schnell in 2004 on two principles: that all aspects of design are interconnected, and that the visions and needs of the client are paramount. Featuring 19 homes from across the country, Tracery explores Schnell’s signature style and her talent for creating timeless and evocative interiors. Divided into five categories that define Schnell’s portfolio—Enduring Style, Spirit of Place, Crafted with Care, Along the Waterfront, and In Harmony—Tracery lavishly illustrates the welcoming aesthetic of her interiors that also reflect the taste and style of her clients. In addition to the beautiful spaces and gorgeous photography, Tracery offers inspiration for your own style and will appeal to anyone interested in design and the art of living well.
Category: House & Home

Monterey Life

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ISBN : UCSC:32106008798123
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