Coastal Living The Travel Issue (Summer 2021)

Keep the beach vibes humming this season with Coastal Living's Fall 2021 issue, where style rules the roost. Ogle gorgeous beach houses (and steal their decorating secrets) in Florida, Nantucket, and South Africa. Then plan your next getaway to the world’s most stylish new beach resorts, from Hawaii and Florida to Italy’s Amalfi Coast and the Greek Isles. Discover Mexico’s coolest little beach town, shop the cutest new beach bikes, and get vintage nautical design tips from Maine’s most charming seaside inn. From decorating inspiration to table settings, recipes, and the best new things to put in your beach bag, it's pure escape on every beautiful, color-saturated page.

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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
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periwinkle + leafy green

Paint It Transform plain dining chairs with a coat of periwinkle, and then finish with lacquer for shine. Decorating Picks…

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what’s in your beach bag?

Kellee Edwards takes the term “multihyphenate” to new heights—and depths. The award-winning journalist is also a licensed pilot, advanced open-water scuba diver, host of the new Travel + Leisure podcast “Let’s Go Together,” and adventure travel TV host. With the world as her office, it can be hard to get away from it all. But Edwards—whose company is Kellee Set Go!—has found a secret: the beach. “No matter the location or how hectic my schedule, if I can get to the coast, my restless mind slows down. I can find a moment to just breathe and be,” she says. When she has her pick, her seaside spot of choice is Point Dume State Beach in Malibu, where she’ll pull together a Trader Joe’s–sourced “wannabe charcuterie board” and spend hours reading…

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the midcoast moment

It’s hard to believe that Cambria, sleepily nestled on California’s Central Coast, hasn’t gotten the star treatment afforded Big Sur to the north and Santa Barbara to the south. But that’s what makes the arrival of White Water lodge both an insider find and a harbinger of a destination on the rise. On a rugged bluff studded with Monterey Pines overlooking two-mile-long Moonstone Beach, White Water frames its Cambrian drama with big windows—from public spaces to baths—like a veteran film director. Within, designer Nina Freudenberger (in her first hotel project) infuses the sunny lobby and 25 rooms with a serene blend of strong lines, natural materials, and beachy ease. (Fans of Freudenberger’s 2017 book, Surf Shack, will recognize the design DNA of that alluring life and style.) From largely California-sourced…

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hooked on tonics

THE ROSE G&T Muddle 6 Tbsp. (3 oz.) gin and 1 fresh strawberry in a small measuring cup, and strain into a tall glass. Top with 1/2 cup grapefruit tonic water (such as Fentimans) and 2 Tbsp. (1 oz.) Lillet Blanc. Fill glass with ice, and stir well. Garnish with a grapefruit wedge. TRY IT WITH: Nikka Coffey Gin (Japan) Japanese whiskey powerhouse Nikka burst onto the gin scene with this tart and citrusy example steeped with yuzu and amanatsu (a pomelo relative). THE BITTERSWEET G&T Stir together 1/2 cup Indian tonic water (such as Fever-Tree), 6 Tbsp. (3 oz.) gin, 2 Tbsp. (1 oz.) amaro liqueur, and 2 dashes of citrus bitters in a tall glass filled with ice. Garnish with a tangerine slice. TRY IT WITH: Barr Hill Gin (Vermont) Made with only…

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reading the caribbean

A bookish kid from the get-go, Cindy Allman grew up in Jamaica reading everything she could. But what she was reading had very little to do with where she lived. “It was a very colonial list,” she says now, laughing. “Shakespeare. Nancy Drew. A big American influence.” But that’s all changed. About five years ago, Allman moved to Trinidad and Tobago and turned her literary appetite to a highly deserving but lesser-known booklist with Caribbean provenance. She read classics, found new writers, discovered publishers. Galvanized, she went from pilgrim to preacher. Now, as “Caribbean Girl Reading,” she promotes the region’s literature through her Instagram feed @bookofcinz, runs the BookOfCinz Book Club online and a lending library out of her home, and has launched Read Caribbean, a virtual literary event that aligns…

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new jersey’s sweet star

If you’ve spent any time near a beach or boardwalk, you know the siren call of those little waxy wrappers promising a soft, sweet chew within. Whether savored at the end of the day or treasured as a souvenir, salt-water taffy may be the ultimate taste of summer from coast to coast, with an origin story set in New Jersey’s historic shore resort town of Atlantic City. In the early 1880s, taffy seller David Bradley found his seaside stand flooded after an overnight storm, the confections soaked in salt water. Before Bradley could toss out the product, a young customer approached. Half joking, he offered the girl some “saltwater taffy.” One purchase later, a rebranding juggernaut was born. Whether that tale is the result of boardwalk palaver or canny Victorian marketing, this…

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