Palm Beach Chic
Palm Beach interiors have long reflected the travels, penchants, and whimsies of the town’s worldly inhabitants. Today, residents of this tiny barrier island call upon world-class designers to create homes that are testaments to what can be achieved when inspired by the natural beauty of a unique locale and when imagination is one’s only limitation.
In Palm Beach Chic, Jennifer Ash Rudick leads the tour of newly restored Mediterranean Revival houses by Mizner, Fatio, and Volk, charming cottages, Moorish casbahs, and vintage condos. Lush photographs capture extraordinary gardens, verandas, lakeside pavilions, a rustic ranch, and simple pastel houses sheltered by dense thickets of Norfolk pines and age-old banyans. It is this eclectic mix of old and new, of Spanish and Caribbean, of contemporary design and sun-faded WASP thrift, that makes Palm Beach chic.
About the contributor(s):
Jennifer Ash Rudick is author of Tropical Style: Private Palm Beach and a contributing editor to Veranda magazine. She produced and directed the documentary Diner en Blanc: The World’s Largest Dinner Party, and with Maysles Films produced Iris: New York’s Rare Bird of Fashion.
Jessica Klewicki Glynn is an award-winning photographer specializing in interior design. Her work has been seen in The Wall Street Journal, Condé Nast Traveler, and L’Officiel Voyage.
312 pages, 9 1/2 x 12 1/4