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Veranda

Jul/Aug 2019

VERANDA is a forum for the very best in living well. Always gracious, and never pretentious, we keep readers abreast of the finest in design, decorating, luxury travel, and more, inspiring them with beauty and elegance. VERANDA is both an ideas showcase and a deeply pleasurable escape, a place where homes feel as good as they look.

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United States
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English
Editora:
Hearst
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veranda

Editor-in-Chief STEELE THOMAS MARCOUX Design Director VICTOR MAZE Deputy Editor ELLEN McGAULEY Managing Editor AMY LOWE MITCHELL STYLE & MARKET Senior Style Editor RACHAEL BURROW Style & Market Editor DAYLE WOOD Style Editor/Staff Stylist CARMEN COLLINS Style & Market Assistant SARA CLARK PHOTO Photo Editor KATE PHILLIPS Photographer BRIAN WOODCOCK Photo Assistant IAN PALMER Digital Imaging Specialist CARLOS PAREDES EDITORIAL Assistant Managing Editor KATIE BOWLBY Copy/Research Editor ASHLEY LEATH Editorial Assistant SARAH DiMARCO ART Assistant Art Director JULIA LUDLAM VERANDA CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Contributing Interiors Editor CAROLYN ENGLEFIELD Contributing Style Editor LUCY BAMMAN New York MITA CORSINI BLAND, PILAR CRESPI, ANNE FOXLEY, SUSAN GUTFREUND, GEORGE G. KING, OLGA NAIMAN, JENNIFER ASH RUDICK, ADRIENNE VITTADINI Atlanta JENNIFER BOLES, KEITH ROBINSON, DANIELLE ROLLINS Dallas, Gstaad & San Miguel de Allende MICHELLE NUSSBAUMER Nashville MARY SPALDING New Orleans TARA SHAW Veranda Founder LISA NEWSOM PUBLISHED BY HEARST President & Chief Executive Officer STEVEN R. SWARTZ Chairman WILLIAM R. HEARST III Executive Vice Chairman FRANK A. BENNACK,…

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editor’s letter

SUCH WAS THE TENOR OF DEBATE inside the New York Yacht Club over a new member, as described by former Commodore Charles A. Dana. It was 1894, and the candidate was no typical tycoon. In fact, she was a woman, widowed at age 40 by steel magnate Thomas Carnegie (Andrew’s brother). Considering her immense wealth—and her equally immense responsibility as mother of nine children—Lucy Carnegie would have been forgiven for retreating to a quiet life of comfort following her husband’s death. Instead she forged on, full steam ahead, pioneering a new path for her family on Georgia’s Cumberland Island. After completing the renovation of Dungeness, her 59-room mansion on the wild barrier island, she cultivated as self-sustaining an existence as possible by developing expansive orchards, raising livestock and crops, and…

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branch coral chandelier

INSTANT HEIRLOOM MEET THE ARTIST• Interior designer Dennis Brackeen jokes that he’s a man of many lives. From a stint as a young vocalist to a corporate job in communications, his career trajectory didn’t include design until he refurbished his 1930s Amarillo, Texas, home. “It jump-started my passion, and I just went for it,” says Brackeen. THE FIND• A hand-beaded chandelier crafted of almost 1,800 pieces of white branch coral sourced in the south Pacific. THE BACKSTORY• “I wanted to use a material besides crystal to give this classic chandelier silhouette more versatility,” says Brackeen, who was drawn to the porosity and earthy imperfections of the branch coral. MAKE IT YOURS • Available in white or red coral. Six-light Branch Coral Chandelier, $8,500; moxieinteriors.com. —Sarah DiMarco…

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portugal’s secret sanctuary

IF IMITATION IS A FORM OF flattery, Mother Nature might well be basking in it with the recent opening of Quinta da Comporta, a quietly chic hotel on Portugal’s unsullied west coast. “I wanted to mimic the exact feeling one has arriving to Comporta,” says owner and architect Miguel Câncio Martins of the nearby fishing and agricultural village, which has become a haven for the well-heeled seeking a salty, less-traveled retreat. Sandwiched between an estuary nature reserve and the sea, Quinta da Comporta delivers refuge with a sophisticated salute to its surroundings: a terra-cotta pavilion overlooking local rice fields, pool villas designed to echo the town’s simple wooden frames and thatched roofs, and salvaged natural materials (like cork, wicker, and stone) that bring environmental harmony to the interiors. Here, unwinding…

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the ultimate aqua therapy

MEDITERRANEAN SEA OF TRANQUILITY Sail into serenity aboard Borgo Santo Pietro Group’s Satori, a classic wooden charter yacht with a wellness cabin. Their proprietary natural skincare line, Seed to Skin, launches this summer. satoriyacht.com ST. LAWRENCE SLOW DOWN Housed in a former ferry docked in the Old Port of Montreal, Bota Bota spa invites guests to indulge with a Queen of the Sea facial, a thermo-therapeutic water circuit, and dinner overlooking the St. Lawrence River. botabota.ca ARCTIC REFRESH Experience a Finnish sauna and Turkish-inspired steam bath, then take in the breathtaking views from a wooden saltwater hot tub on the deck of Vulkana, a traditional Norwegian fishing boat available for day trips and longer charters. vulkana.no…

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timothy whealon’s rug collection

ADD AN ALMOST lyrical artistry to this modern classicist’s repute. In his new collaboration with luxe maker Patterson Flynn Martin, interior designer Timothy Whealon debuts a collection of rugs as delightfully diverse as they are finely detailed. “I love finding a rug that uses a new weaving technique or pattern that I’ve never seen before,” he says. “So in my collection, seeing the subtle color striations and the hand that goes into each was important,” adds Whealon of designs that range from a Bessarabian kilim-inspired carpet to a natural abaca rug inspired by a playing card. Nice hand, indeed.…

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