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James R. Salomon

You can have a New York state of mind, California dreaming and London calling but can you have a New England vibe? James R. Salomon can. This talented photographer imbues his shots with a casual summer beach meets autumnal woods and long grass waving in a sea breeze sort of understanding. It's family and home, relaxed lifestyle and an every day easy elegance. It's the buzz of the city and the peace of the country. It's aspirational but not unobtainable. It's James' fabulous photos. So much more after the jump.

Reader Comments (7)

ummm .... I want that boat house and that porch....tugs at my long buried Eastern Canadian heritage.

15 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

I love your post! In fact I love your whole page! It's amazing. I have been searching for good web sites with interior design for a long time and I finally found an amazing one. :)

15 Jul 2010 | Unregistered Commenternobody special

..wowowowowowowowow!!!!!! simply gorgeous!!! :)

15 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMorella

That lime green door in the first page, got me!!! Love the bathtub too!!!!!! Whatta place!!!!!!! GORGEOUS! My tongue is hangin out of my mouth!!!hahaha So creative and relaxing with a vintage vibe too.
FAB blog!!!! Have a wonderful summer!
xoBeckerman Girls

15 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBeckermanGirls

New England vibe! I love it and so true. After living in New England almost a year now moving her from the South I just love it;s unique charm. Not old country home, boring stuff. That New England sensibility and function matched with design. Great post.

15 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSarah Winchester

Just saved that photo of the house with the two garages directly over the water. Sigh. Just what I needed to see this Friday.
Thank you for sharing!

16 Jul 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCassiMO

where is the house by the lake with the boat? please tell me

19 Jul 2010 | Unregistered Commentertalyna

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