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Ocean Home Magazine

Ocean Home Magazine December 2020/January 2021

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Ocean Home captures the essence of ocean home living, featuring the best architects, interior designers, landscape architects, real estate experts and luxury travel destinations in the United States and around the world. From high-end developments in the Caribbean to private beachfront estates in the Hamptons to California beach bungalows, the magazine offers ideas and inspiration for designing a home on the coast.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
RMS Media Group, Inc.
Frequency:
Bimonthly
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6 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
joyful design

I recently came across the beautiful book More Decorating by architect and interior designer Tom Scheerer. A powerhouse in the design world, Scheerer creates interiors that are fresh, relaxed, and joyful. They draw on the spirit and vernacular of place. For this issue, we are thrilled to feature the interiors of a getaway on Antigua that Tom Scheerer designed. The home’s design pays homage to the nearby tropical houses, while its interiors are enlivened by vintage fabrics and papers, Matisse cutouts, Indian cutwork, tropical prints, Cuban tiles, and a mix of modern and traditional island furnishings. Scheerer brilliantly creates a cohesive look from this eclectic mix of design elements. Walls open up to allow unobstructed island and sea views. The home design becomes a joyful expression of the homeowners’ personalities through…

1 min.
oceanhomemag.com

READ THESE STORIES EXCLUSIVELY ON OCEANHOMEMAG.COM Updates to an Outdated Beach House Vicente Wolf, who focuses on homes in Manhattan and the Hamptons, completed his third project with a client, renovating their outdated beach house. The project included opening up and brightening the space, bringing in a new lighter color palette, and highlighting the home’s gorgeous vistas. 6 LUXURY COASTAL DESTINATIONS WITH PRIVATE JET PARTNERSHIPS One of the safest ways to travel right now is by private jet—so we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite coastal resorts and destinations that have partnered with private jet companies to bring travelers the safest and most exclusive experience possible. Wear your mask, wash your hands, and get ready to jet-set. Casa Delphine in Mexico Offers the Ultimate Boutique Private Escape Nestled on a cobblestone street in the heart…

1 min.
contributors

J. MICHAEL WELTON As an architecture, art, and design writer, Welton’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and Dwell magazine. He is architecture critic for The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., and is author of Drawing from Practice: Architects and the Meaning of Freehand (Routledge: 2015). He is also the editor and publisher of a digital design magazine at architectsandartisans.com. JENNIFER SPERRY Jennifer Sperry specializes in articles about homes. She enjoys interviewing the owners and designers in order to personalize the story of a property’s evolution. Previously, she worked as an editor. Her off-duty activities include slowly fixing up her 1880s house and spending time with her husband and two young daughters. SHAUN TOLSON Shaun Tolson has spent more than a decade working as a writer and editor for…

4 min.
the great escape

Sweeping views of Noyack Bay are the raison d’être for a transparent and modern residence in Sag Harbor. “Essentially, the water drove the design,” says Jennifer Bayer Michaels, who commissioned architect Chris Coy and interior designer Daun Curry to create her vacation home in the Hamptons. “The views are utilized in every room, in every way, and from every angle.” Coy, a founding partner in the New York-based firm of Barnes Coy Architects, counts Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, and Louis Kahn among his key influencers. And on this four-acre waterfront site, their impact on this home’s design is self-evident. “It’s a long box, with glass on all sides, because the views are beautiful—and I like to get light from all sides, if possible,” he says. “There are…

1 min.
palmpalooza

“Our clients tend to lean on the masculine side of design so we wanted to create some drama around the fireplace. They’re young and entertain a lot so we felt that the circle of chairs was a great way to lay out the square shaped room. This room is a jewel box that pulls in some of the stronger elements in the home, tying it all together.”—Cortney Bishop, Cortney Bishop Design 1. La Palma Wallpaper by Catherine Martin, Mokum, The wallpaper, one of my Bishop’s all-time favorites complements the room’s fresh rattan and brass accents. Bishop explains, “The cocktail den needed something moody, but we also wanted to subtly play with the island environment, hence the choice of palms.” 2. Arrow Pendant, Apparatus, “The minimalist brass pendant spans the seating area and…

1 min.
soak it in

“Our custom homes embrace indoor and outdoor living and celebrate their natural settings. Working on this spectacular site, with the Pacific Ocean as our backdrop, has been a remarkable experience.”—Tyler Jones, CEO and Founder, Blue Heron Located only a short drive from the best surf break in Southern California, award-winning culinary destinations, a thriving art scene, and the bustling downtown of San Diego, this 6,800-square-foot home is in La Jolla’s exclusive Bird Rock waterfront community. It is one of only four lots with a southern view of Crystal Pier, Point Loma, and the Coronado Islands. Thoughtfully designed by Tyler Jones and the design team at Blue Heron, 3eleven Sea Ridge features an expansive open floorplan of contemporary living spaces that offer outdoor access in every room, including this spectacular master bathroom. Color…