“It’s not one piece of furniture or color palette that makes a room come alive; it’s the vibration between the pieces along with textures and layers that tells its story.”
Colour and wicker and vintage and a casual ease. The perfect recipe for beachside living. Sullivan’s Island (South Carolina) by Kevin Isbell Interiors.
Photography by Julia Lynn
A heritage apartment and a chic beach side location. Ocean hues lead to light filled spaces. Contemporary furniture and art deco detailing. A sophisticated aesthetic by Sydney-based interior design firm Studio Quarters.
Athena Calderone of EyeSwoon can do no wrong. She can cook (and write a book about it), she can design interiors (and write a book about it), her taste in fashion is impeccable, and she recently got a puppy! She has a jaw-dropping townhouse in Brooklyn and a weekend beach house in Amangansett that she recently gave a refresh (not that it really needed it). It is neutral and earthy and I am in love. Photos by Nicole Franzen
In my dreams we’re on the other side. In my dreams we can leave our homes, we can cross borders and we can come together in numbers more than a handful. In my dreams we’re lying by the pool, listening to waves crash on the shore, sharing laughter and war stories. Wine is a given as is a beautiful home. Noku Beach House, Seminyak, Bali by AZBCreative. Stay safe. Stay home.
Boston-based designer Nina Farmer bought this 1950s single-story home set on its own private beach on Martha’s Vineyard, went against the grain and gave it some Moroccan touches, and then sold it. Beach vibes be damned! Unexpected is the way to go, always.