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Warning: upon reading Surf Shack, you may consider uprooting your life to live on the beach and take up surfing.This book shares stories and beautiful images inside the best beach shacks around the globe.
Eclectic homewares and calming images by the beach that’ll make you wanna’ dive straight into the page to catch a wave. It seems to be true… that an ocean breeze, puts the mind at ease. BRB, searching realestate.com for a humble abode by the sea.
Surfer magazine meets The New Bohemians in a design book of the coolest spaces that surfers call home. Domino magazine contributor Nina Freudenberger and former Domino photographer Brittany Ambridge cover 20 aspirational bungalows, coastal cabins, boat houses, and hideaways in California, Montauk, Baja, Australia, and more.
With their sense of adventure, zen attitude, and, for many, life near the beach, surfers enjoy a lifestyle we all want. Surf Shack profiles rooms that break down the barriers between the indoors and outdoors and include plenty of communal hangout spaces to accommodate friends.
Featured surfers include a mix of professionals and serious hobbyists, including Sean MacPherson (whose father starred in Endless Summer and mother was a surf champion), pro longboarder Kassia Meador, surfboard shaper Chris Christenson, and Tom’s founder Blake Mycoskie. Lush lifestyle photography shows just how sophisticated and inviting these homes are with personal accents (like handmade surf boards, cactus gardens, or Mexican blankets) juxtaposed with dreamy architectural details (outdoor showers, plunge pools, and skylights).
Dimensions 28 x 21 cms
Written by Nina Freudenberger:
Nina Freudenberger is the founder of the interior design firm Haus Interior. Nina and her work have been featured in Lonny, Domino, Martha Stewart, Design*Sponge, Elle Decor, Remodelista, Apartment Therapy, and more. Photographer Brittany Ambridge is the former photography director of Domino, where she served as the sole photographer of the magazine for two years. Previously, she worked at both One Kings Lane as a photo editor and Lonny magazine as the photo producer. She also shoots for the New York Times.