VERANDA The Art of Outdoor Living

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Take a private tour of magnificent homes, with their lush gardens, elegant courtyards, and inviting pools set amid breathtaking landscapes. This lavish new book from Veranda magazine offers a wealth of ideas for exceptional outdoor rooms and spaces, all created by the world’s best designers. Broken down into classic, modern, romantic, and exotic styles, these

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Take a private tour of magnificent homes, with their lush gardens, elegant courtyards, and inviting pools set amid breathtaking landscapes. This lavish new book from Veranda magazine offers a wealth of ideas for exceptional outdoor rooms and spaces, all created by the world’s best designers. Broken down into classic, modern, romantic, and exotic styles, these are among the most spectacular environments ever featured in Veranda.

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designday says:

Stunning I recently purchased “VERANDA The Art of Outdoor Living” and cannot put it down. It is absolutely beautiful! I wish I could say I have a favorite outdoor space, but they are all truly stunning. It has given me exciting new ideas for several projects I am working on. I was surprised to see a couple of the other reviews that didn’t feel the book showcased actual outdoor living spaces. The book is filled with them and I was invited into each space, wishing I was there with a cup of tea and book in hand. Now I want to redo my own outdoor space, again! And contrary to what one reviewer said, all the outdoor spaces and gardens are completely different and unique. Perhaps one needs to be in the design field to recognize that every outdoor space has it’s own parameters and will always have it’s own character. I will be giving this book to my clients for Christmas and I am certain they will enjoy it as much as I do.

Ruby says:

DREAMY!! Lisa Newsom strikes gold again! This GORGEOUS garden book has just the right mix of European villas, modern and classic American exteriors and exotic escapes from around the world. Monet’s garden at Giverny, Marie Antoinette’s Bagatelle, and France’s favorite private garden, Le Jardin de Br├ęcy are just a few stand-outs. There are quite a few designers’ own spaces such as the Northern California haven of Paul Wiseman, Kathryn Ireland’s country farmhouse in Southwest France, Charlotte Moss’ East Hampton escape, Juan Montoya’s woodland retreat in upstate New York and Carolyne Roehm’s exquisite Georgian estate, Weatherstone. My favorite section is the Exotic. The Mexican hillside oasis by Logoretta + Logoretta is BREATHTAKING as are Las Catalinas in Costa Rica and Island Idyll in the Dominican Republic by Italian architect Duccio Ermenegildo. Hutton Wilkinson’s Bel-Air compound, Dawnridge, once owned by Tony Duquette is pure fantasy. This book has it all…a truly inspiring and…

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