This article in Veranda magazine really caught my eye. I love the soft blues and greens of the interiors by Susan Ferrier against the austere, almost graphic background of the architecture by Mcalpine and Tankersley. It's like a beautiful soft peice of sea glass set against the back drop of a sandy beach.
You can just barely make out the Buccellati silver seashell on the books of the coffe table. Definitely one of my favorite accessories.
I love how this painting by Michael Marlowe echoes the various shades of the fabrics. I wonder which came first, the painting or the fabrics.
I love the use of long, full wall sheers in a beach house.
I love the playful use of glass tile and the arched ceiling in this kitchen. It's casual yet spunky, and not at all boring.
All photos by Tria Giovan for Veranda Magazine