as summer approaches, i often find myself fantasizing about having my own little beach house, tucked away on the venice canals, or perhaps paradise cove, or on the beaches of martha’s vineyard. just a warm weather bohemian beach shack (sans wifi!) where i can pad around barefoot and barely dressed. most beach shacks come with a hefty price tag these days, so i suppose i’ll just keep fantasizing and creating the perfect mood board of what life might look like there by the sunny seaside. maybe if i visualize hard enough it might come true — they say if you’re going to dream, dream big.
• photo credits in order of appearance: josefina pellegrini; ouch flower’s dip-dyed tassels via design*sponge; Vogue January 1971, Puerto Rico; christina lundsteen floor cushions; lonny; Jennifer Binney’s home via atelier doré; Rebecca Bartoshesky’s home via design*sponge; Helmut Newton for UK Vogue; quarter cirle ceramic tiles from sminkthings; @_carlybrownphotography_; homelife; hannah henderson’s home via atelier dore; fashion me now; domino magazine; the nifty fifties; ikea; the selby; skater patti mcgee via girl skate uk; unique vintage; sfgirlbybay; turquoise and teale; the lane; the design files; domino; grace bonney; leroy gannis; chris court photography; helynn ospina photography; une nuit nomade; the sartorialist; salvo lópez photography; henri matisse; lonny; apartment therapy; casa.