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Whether ultramodern or hundreds of years old, every one of these summer houses is brimming with idiosyncratic style
From the rocky coast of Maine to the sandy beaches of the Hamptons, from Nantucket to Newport, from Fire Island to Fishers Island, from Martha’s Vineyard to Provincetown, summer houses are as varied in style as the people who hightail it to the beach as soon as the temperature climbs. In this lushly illustrated book, author Jennifer Ash Rudick has sought out twenty-five of the best. She invites us into a minimally decorated, Isamu Noguchi–designed home in Northeast Harbor and Sister Parrish’s cozy multigenerational house in Dark Harbor. We imagine relaxing in a comfortably cushioned rattan chair on the sun porch of a Nantucket house designed by Tom Scheerer, taking in the view of Long Island Sound through the glass curtain wall of a sleek house on Fishers Island, and feeling snugly cosseted in a tiny Provincetown cottage. All we need to do is settle back, kick off our shoes, and let the sun-kissed pages of Summer to Summer wash over us.
About the Author
Jennifer Ash Rudick, design editor-at-large for Galerie magazine and a contributor to Veranda, is the author of Palm Beach Chic and Out East. She produced the Emmy-nominated documentary Iris and the documentary Scandalous. She lives in New York City and Southampton, NY. Tria Giovan is a lifestyle photographer whose books include Out East. Her work has appeared in numerous publications. She lives in Sag Harbor and New York City.
“Dig into this lush volume and be transported to stylish homes that were made for easy summertime living.”
“Summer to Summer: Houses by the Sea delivers a collection of magical summer houses in Maine, Nantucket, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, and more, showcasing a bevy of styles for summertime living. We can almost feel the beachside breezes and sand under our feet while gathering decorating ideas to try.”
“Inspiring interiors meet endless vistas in these houses by the sea. From sleek and modern to eclectic and historic, a new book celebrates the magic of East Coast summer retreats.”