Subject is a perennial favorite, with the success of such titles as Cottages by the Sea, Rooms to Inspire by the Sea, and Tropical Modern.
Irresistible interiors. The houses in the book—from clean, modern beach houses to traditional-style cottages—have been decorated by such top designers as Michael Smith, Steven Gambrel, and Ken Fulk.
A peek inside celebrities’ seaside retreats, including Martha Stewart’s Seal Harbor, Maine, residence, Giorgio Armani’s Antigua getaway, and artist Robert Indiana’s Vinalhaven, Maine home.
Highly promotable author and photographer. Nick Voulgaris is the author of Hinckley Yachts, praised by Architectural Digest as “an illuminating narrative about the evolution of an important American brand,” and Douglas Friedman, today’s “it” photographer and a fashion icon himself, whose residential work appears in interiors magazines all over the world.
“Even if you’re not yet furnishing a deluxe waterfront getaway, you can still incorporate a little coastal zen into your life, right? And this book highlights houses you don’t want to miss, including those belonging to Martha Stewart’s getaway in Maine and Tommy Hilfiger’s Miami villa. So whether you’re seriously into nautical knick-knacks or just want to zone out to some pretty pictures of blue water, get this book.”
“A look inside each property will have you dreaming of taking a vacation…or perhaps making a permanent move. In the meantime, here are five things you can incorporate into your current home—whether it’s on the water or landlocked—to make it feel like a blissful beach house.”
“Photographer Douglas Friedman perfectly captures the allure of waterfront living in this recent release, which includes beachside homes in La Jolla and Malibu.”
—California Style Magazine
“In his first-ever book, The Seaside House: Living on the Water (Rizzoli), he [Photographer Douglas Friedman] gives us a glimpse behind the doors and hedges of some of the most luxe retreats in the world: the beach homes where members of his A-list tribe (Martha Stewart, Kelly Klein) go when they’re looking to unplug.”
—Tory Burch Blog
“Simplicity — or at least a desire to escape the complexities of city living — often leads homeowners to the sea, as richly rendered in Douglas Friedman’s photographs for “The Seaside House: Living on the Water,” by Nick Voulgaris III.”
—The New York Times
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