The second part of the book, The Spaces, takes a tour through the home room by room, from Living Spaces, Cooking and Eating Spaces to Bedrooms, Bathrooms and Outdoor Spaces, capturing the informal, easy-going interior style associated with ...
Author: Sally Hayden
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Covering homes from as far apart as the Bahamas and Denmark, the book begins by looking at The Elements that go to make up the whole, including color and texture, materials, furniture, fabrics, accessories, and display. The second part of the book, The Spaces, takes a tour through the home room by room, from Living Spaces and Cooking and Eating Spaces to Bedrooms, Bathrooms, and Outdoor Spaces, capturing the distinctive interior style that has evolved from living beside the sea.
Being by the water brings a sense of tranquillity and relaxation and a home by the sea has never been more desirable. The first part of the book offers up Sally’s take on coastal style, celebrating the colors and textures of the ocean.
Author: Sally Denning
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
In Relaxed Coastal Style, Sally Denning offers decorating inspiration for anyone lucky enough to live by the ocean, as well as those who only dream of it. Scientists tell us that living by the ocean makes us happier and healthier: views of blue space have a calming effect and sea air improves our ability to absorb oxygen. Being by the water brings a sense of tranquillity and relaxation and a home by the sea has never been more desirable. The first part of the book offers up Sally’s take on coastal style, celebrating the colors and textures of the ocean. She also looks at lighting, furniture and coastal decorative accents such as maps, charts and nautical-themed accessories, shells, and driftwood. The second half of the book visits a selection of glorious coastal houses, cabins, cottages, and hideaways around the globe that are guaranteed to enchant and inspire. Wherever you live, Relaxed Coastal Style will inspire you to adopt the relaxed, informal simplicity of life by the sea.
Outdoor entertaining in a coastal style setting usually rhymes with lobster. We'd
tromp up the winding path from the beach and my mother would have dinner
waiting for us on the porch. The table would be set with plates of steaming lobster
Author: KariAnne Wood
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Category: House & Home
Let Your Style Shine KariAnne Wood could tell you a lot about decorating. After all, she’s an expert. But this book isn’t about her. It’s about you. It’s about the colors, textures, and patterns that make your heart sing. It’s about the creative ideas you can’t wait to try in your own home. It’s about finding your one-of-a-kind style and then just going for it. And KariAnne is here to help you. Featuring her home and those of four of her blogger friends—Yvonne Pratt (StoneGable), Bre Doucette (Rooms for Rent), Laura Putnam (Finding Home Farms), and Carmel Phillips (Our Fifth House), KariAnne takes you on a tour representing five major design styles—Farmhouse, Traditional, Coastal, Transitional, and Contemporary. From the entryway to the living room to the kitchen to outdoor spaces, you’ll find tips and decorating inspiration for each of these different styles—to encourage you to create a home that’s amazingly, wonderfully, uniquely YOU.
This is not to say that there aren't well defined processes for guiding, albeit gently
, consensual styles of coastal management plans, as described below.
Consensual processes have evolved out of general everyday experience in
Author: Robert Kay
Publisher: CRC Press
This book is the first comprehensive guide for coastal planners and those aiming to achieve effective coastal management world-wide. The book is to assist in the sustainable development and use of the world's coastal zones by providing a blueprint for planners and managers who want to produce integrated coastal management plans. Coastal Planning and Management provides a link between planning and management tools and draws on examples of successful coastal planning and management from around the world including North America, Europe, Asia, Indo-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, the authors are able to provide clear and practical guidelines for the people who make daily decisions about the world's coastlines.
Subdivisions and local styles are numerous , as can be judged from the chart ( p .
80 ) and from the glossary of ... Consequently , it is advisable to distinguish the
Coastal style with the designation Coast Tiahuanaco . In this section , the Middle
Author: Julian Haynes Steward
Get ideas for infusing your own home with a similar laid-back sense of style. See how simple updates like the choice of paint color or lighting can truly make a room, and gather ideas for your own redo with our inspiring makeovers.
Author: The Editors Of Coastal Living
Publisher: Costal Living
Category: House & Home
This treasure trove of decorating inspiration showcases coastal homes from the shores of New England down to Key West and the Caribbean. It explores the unique design of seaside homes along the rugged coastline of the Pacific Northwest down to the sunny beaches of Southern California, letting readers experience how the architectural vernacular of a region influences the design of its homes. Step inside these homes to see how the coastal way of life dictates the décor-from thoughtfully designed porches that are an extension of the home, punches of citrus green and seaglass blue in a whimsical room for children, to kitchens and living rooms that are casual gathering places in the truest sense. Get ideas for infusing your own home with a similar laid-back sense of style. See how simple updates like the choice of paint color or lighting can truly make a room, and gather ideas for your own redo with our inspiring makeovers.
Each chapter acts as a stand-alone interpretation of modern coastal style. You
might find you are drawn towards one particular aesthetic, or perhaps two or
three. Notice how each uses a different palette; sometimes the variations are
subtle but ...
Author: Tim Neve
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Category: House & Home
In this beautifully illustrated and designed book, interiors stylist Tim Neve explores a selection of extraordinary homes. Five eclectic chapters feature many personal 'sandcastles' inspired by the coast: from the elegant, salt-bleached, driftwood neutrals of 'Beachcomber'; to the faded sunshine yellows and retro lollipop zing of 'Endless Summer'; or the rich peacock-coloured velvets and time-worn vintage collections of the 'Bohemian' home. Tim also offers a wealth of practical advice on how to create mood boards and colour palettes, and use statement pieces and found objects to create your own personal design style.
Colonial shutters , Bahama style shutters , Roll - up style shutters , and Accordion
style shutters . 6.2 : PROTECTION OF ... Note : Many coastal homes have large
and unusually shaped windows , which will require expensive , custom shutters .
Author: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Publisher: Government Printing Office
NOTE: NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT -- OVERSTOCK SALE -- Signficantly reduced lsit price FEMA produced this series of 37 fact sheets to provide technical guidance and recommendations concerning the construction of coastal residential buildings. The fact sheets present information aimed at improving the performance of buildings subject to flood and wind forces in coastal environments. Photographs and drawings illustrate National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) regulatory requirements, the proper siting of coastal buildings, and recommended design and construction practices for building components, including structural connections, the building envelope, and utilities. Many of the fact sheets also include lists of FEMA and other resources that provide more information about the topics discussed. Where appropriate, resources are accompanied by active web links. A list of the individual fact sheets that are contained inFEMA P-499, follows.Category 1 GeneralFact Sheet No. 1.1, Coastal Building Successes and FailuresFact Sheet No. 1.2, Summary of Coastal Construction Requirements and RecommendationsFact Sheet No. 1.3, Using a Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM)Fact Sheet No. 1.4, Lowest Floor ElevationFact Sheet No. 1.5, V-Zone Design and Construction CertificationFact Sheet No. 1.6, Designing for Flood Levels Above the BFEFact Sheet No. 1.7, Coastal Building MaterialsFact Sheet No. 1.8, Non-Traditional Building Materials and SystemsFact Sheet No. 1.9, Moisture Barrier Systems Category 2 Planning Fact Sheet No. 2.1, How Do Siting and Design Decisions Affect the Owner's Costs?Fact Sheet No. 2.2, Selecting a Lot and Siting the Building Category 3 Foundations Fact Sheet No. 3.1, Foundations in Coastal AreasFact Sheet No. 3.2, Pile InstallationFact Sheet No. 3.3, Wood-Pile-to-Beam ConnectionsFact Sheet No. 3.4, Reinforced Masonry Pier ConstructionFact Sheet No. 3.5, Foundation Walls Category 4 Load Paths Fact Sheet No. 4.1, Load PathsFact Sheet No. 4.2, Masonry DetailsFact Sheet No. 4.3, Use of Connectors and Brackets Category 5 Wall Systems Fact Sheet No. 5.1, HousewrapFact Sheet No. 5.2, Roof-to-Wall and Deck-to-Wall FlashingFact Sheet No. 5.3, Siding Installation in High-Wind RegionsFact Sheet No. 5.4, Attachment of Brick Veneer In High-Wind Regions Category 6 Openings Fact Sheet No. 6.1, Window and Door InstallationFact Sheet No. 6.2, Protection of Openings Shutters and Glazing Category 7 - Roofing Fact Sheet No. 7.1, Roof Sheathing InstallationFact Sheet No. 7.2, Roof Underlayment for Asphalt Shingle RoofsFact Sheet No. 7.3, Asphalt Shingle Roofing for High-Wind RegionsFact Sheet No. 7.4, Tile Roofing for High-Wind AreasFact Sheet No. 7.5, Minimizing Water Intrusion through Roof Vents in High-Wind RegionsFact Sheet No. 7.6, Metal Roof Systems in High-Wind Regions Category 8 Attachments Fact Sheet No. 8.1, Enclosures and Breakaway WallsFact Sheet No. 8.2, Decks, Pools, and Accessory StructuresFact Sheet No. 8.3, Protecting Utilities Category 9 Repairs Fact Sheet No. 9.1, Repairs, Remodeling, Additions, and Retrofitting FloodFact Sheet No. 9.2, Repairs, Remodeling, Additions, and Retrofitting Wind Category G Guide Fact Sheet No. G.1, Technical Fact Sheet GuideFact Sheet No. G.2, References and Resources"
Outside the Gold Coast it is probably unlikely that this style of development will
catch on in Australia. Whilst many new resort developments will continue to
espouse a philosophy of multiownership, partly with a view to facilitating cash-
Author: Sheela Agarwal
Publisher: Channel View Publications
Category: Business & Economics
This book aims to develop a global perspective on the management issues facing coastal resorts. It does so bydrawing on examples from a range of economies and environments written by key experts. The majormanagement themes highlighted include the processes of restructuring, attempts to develop sustainableagendas and environmental issues of developing resorts in sensitive areas.
(1991) collected information from 48 fishers' cooperatives along the coast of
Ecuador. ... The community context, cooperative material and operating Style
Items were reduced to two dimensions each: basic and advanced development
Author: Robert S. Pomeroy
Category: Coastal zone management
The local styles of the Early Intermediate period in the Callejón de Huaylas to the
south, the Huamachuco district to the north, and the coastal valleys to the west
show a complex pattern of similarities and differences when compared with ...
Author: Terence Grieder
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Social Science
Among the vast treasures discovered in Peru since its conquest by Pizarro, only a small fraction has been excavated scientifically. The Art and Archaeology of Pashash is an account of the discovery and excavation of one of the richest Pre-Columbian burials ever scientifically excavated in Peru. The tomb and its offerings unearthed at Pashash, in the northern Andes, provide new perspectives on the cultural meaning of Andean funerary treasure. About A.D. 500 the flexed body of an aristocrat was wrapped in cloth and set in a small tomb sealed by a heavy stone. Three separate offerings were put in place during the construction of the funerary temple above the tomb. Near the body were placed about fifty large gold pins with elaborately sculptured heads, the most important set of Peruvian metalwork scientifically recorded in context. Decorated pottery also accompanied the body. Beneath the doorway to the temple chamber above the tomb a second offering was placed, composed of vessels modeled as jaguars, snakes, and dragonlike combinations of the two, with other fine pottery, unfired clay bowls, and stone bowls. The images in this offering represented the theology of a shamanistic religion. A third offering of broken ritual vessels was placed in the earth fill just before the temple floor was built. This collection of several hundred works of art found together and dated by radiocarbon, related to a stratigraphic sequence for the site as a whole, makes possible a unique history of the art of this highland Andean region. Grieder describes the phases of development and the symbolism of the previously little-known Recuay style of pottery and attributes many works to individuals, illuminating the role of artists and their relations with their patrons. Among the author's discoveries is evidence of the use of potters' wheels and lathes to make ceramic and stone vessels and ritual objects, reversing the long-held contention that these tools were unknown in Pre-Columbian America. The Art and Archaeology of Pashash will be valuable to specialists in Andean archaeology as well as to those interested in the art and culture of Pre-Columbian America.
The area around the MacCluergulf is rather poor artistically but in style belongs
clearly to the Geelvinkbay. The Vogelkop, except the coast, in particular the
Eastern and Northeastern coastal reaches, is of no importance from the point of
view of ...
Author: Theodorus Petrus van Baaren
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
13. Wetlands. recreation: Louisiana. style. Unlike other US coastal states,
Louisiana's coastal zone is not rimmed by attractive beaches, cliffs or bluffs. More
than 3.2 million ha of marsh and intermingled water surfaces dominate the
Author: P. Fabbri
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Human clustering in coastal areas The coastal zone has gained a solid reputation as a place vocated for recreational activities and this is generally related to the presence of the sea. The relationship, however, does not appear univocal or simple: the sea can be perceived as a hostile element by humans and the more general question of whether the presence of the shore is in itself a favourable, repulsive, or irrelevant factor to settlement is a debatable point, at least for pre-industrial societies. Back in the early part of the 19th century, Friedrich Hegel regarded oceans and rivers as unifying elements rather than dividing ones, thus implying a trend towards the concentration of human settlements along them. 'The sea', he wrote, 'stimulates 1 courage and conquest, as well as profit and plunder', although he realized that this did not equally apply to all maritime peoples. In Hegel's view, different approaches to the sea were mainly the results of cultural factors and, in fact, he recognized that some people living in coastal areas perceive the sea as a dangerous and alien place and the shore as aftnis terrae.
Projectile point types are described throughout this publication as being one of
five design styles: lanceolate, notched, ... In this respect, the style continuum can
possibly be considered as being evolutionary, such as a technological continuum
Author: Wm Jack Hranicky
Category: Social Science
This publication was written to provide a source for archaeological projectile point typology for a region of the U.S. that over the years has been traditionally divided into: Northeast culture area Middle Atlantic culture area Southeastern culture area These divisions are based primarily on lithic technology and settlement patterns. While this focus tends to serve archaeological investigations, most of the prehistoric Indian habitation/occupation requires greater definition and appraisal from other sources within the archaeological community. Even among artifact collectors, there is a tendency to parcel these areas into the classic culture area concepts. This publication makes no attempts to refocus archaeology, but to show the vast overlaps of numerous point technologies. This is especially true over time; so that, for lithic point technology in general, there is a Panindian focus that can be applied to almost every tool type along the Atlantic Coast. This publication provides most of the published types from along the Atlantic seaboard. Each type has a basic description and the illustration is an ideal point for that type. A set of point references is provided; these make excellent (and needed) sources for the study of projectile point studies.
Environmental conditions of the low country and coast regions of the South
produced a unique house form known as Coastal style. Its large verandahs,
second-story porches, and windows that sometimes reached the floor all were
designed to ...
Author: Douglas Frantz
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Category: Social Science
A prize-winning reporter, his wife, and their two kids describe life in Disney's vision of the future. In 1997, six months after the first residents had moved into Celebration, Florida-Disney's town of the future with its distinctly retro link to a longed-for past-Doug and Cathy and their two kids closed on their new home and settled down to participate in (and observe) this new venture. Their report from the trenches will surprise both Disney haters and Disney fans. What is it like to start a new community-not a suburb or subdivision, but a town, inted to be a self-supporting community with the best of the new technologies (including the very latest in teaching techniques) and the most cherished elements in American towns that existed before the automobile turned everything into a mall? For almost two years the family lived this experiment firsthand. Their report is vivid, funny, and painful-and it tells us as much about ourselves and our hopes and dreams as it does about the daily reality of building a community from the ground up.
Style-wise, the Japanese garden could be considered formal while the classic
cottage garden is considered informal. And there are many stages between the
two. Both can be very successful in the sandy soils along the ocean—it is a
matter of ...
Author: Carla Albright
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
Part how-to guide, part workbook, and part plant encyclopedia, Coastal Gardening in the Pacific Northwest: From Northern California to British Columbia is the must-have reference book for both experienced gardeners moving to the coast and novice gardeners currently living near the shore. Along with basic information about soil construction, plant selection, and watering needs, Coastal Gardening in the Pacific Northwest includes a workbook that will help you record the unique elements of the coast-wind, salt spray, and sun exposure-and design the garden of your dreams. Master Gardener Carla Albright provides valuable suggestions for vegetables, roses, trees, shrubs, and perennials hearty enough to thrive on the coast, as well as plants that are best avoided. Tips for choosing plants and controlling disease and insects will help you keep your coastal gardening looking its best. Ready for a break? Put down your trowel and take a trip to some of the coastal public gardens listed in the travel guide. These beautiful gardens will provide you with endless ideas that you can try in your own garden.
Along the Upper Guinea Coast, from the Petite Côte south to Cacheu, domestic
architecture constituted an important element in the expression of social status,
economic position, and material culture. The geopolitical situation in
Author: Peter A. Mark
Publisher: Indiana University Press
In this detailed history of domestic architecture in West Africa, Peter Mark shows how building styles are closely associated with social status and ethnic identity. Mark documents the ways in which local architecture was transformed by long-distance trade and complex social and cultural interactions between local Africans, African traders from the interior, and the Portuguese explorers and traders who settled in the Senegambia region. What came to be known as "Portuguese" style symbolized the wealth and power of Luso-Africans, who identified themselves as "Portuguese" so they could be distinguished from their African neighbors. They were traders, spoke Creole, and practiced Christianity. But what did this mean? Drawing from travelers' accounts, maps, engravings, paintings, and photographs, Mark argues that both the style of "Portuguese" houses and the identity of those who lived in them were extremely fluid. "Portuguese" Style and Luso-African Identity sheds light on the dynamic relationship between identity formation, social change, and material culture in West Africa.
There are several adobe houses which typify styles popular at the time . The
Larkin House , built in the 1830 ' s , shows the typical Monterey style architecture
with two stories , balconies , and verandas . This was the home of Thomas Oliver
Author: California Coastal Commission
Publisher: Univ of California Press
The California coast, from its majestic redwoods and rocky shores to its palm trees and sandy beaches, is an area of unsurpassed beauty. The new fifth edition of the California Coastal Access Guide is an essential handbook for anyone exploring the 1,100 miles of one of the world's most diverse and spectacular shorelines. With up-to-date maps and information, this is an indispensable guide for all beachgoers -- hikers, campers, swimmers, divers, wheelchair users, joggers, and boaters. Details on where to go, how to get there, and what facilities and type of environment to expect are readily accessible. The handbook also contains articles on a broad range of topics, including natural history, marine and coastal wildlife, environmental issues, and sports and recreation.c
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apex . Capsule deeply 3 - carpellate , carpels scurfy not carinate ; seeds globular
, ecarunculate , white , deeply and irregularly scrobiculate . Leaves 4 to 6 lin .
Author: Charles Frederick Millspaugh
... structures, highly integrated into the forest environments, while the coastal
houses often are of a Greek Revivalist style. Second homes in the Mid-Atlantic
region are diverse in style and origin, but some of the most common designs
Author: Prof. C. Michael Hall
Publisher: Channel View Publications
Category: Business & Economics
Second homes - the cottage, the summer house, the bach - are an important part of the tourism and leisure lifestyles of many people in the developed world. Second homes are therefore an integral component of tourism experiences in rural and peripheral areas. Yet, despite their significance not only for tourism but also for rural communities and the rural economy, relatively little research has been undertaken on the topic until recent times. This volume represents the first major international analysis and review of second homes for over 25 years. It will provide a significant resource for those interested in changing patterns of tourism and leisure behaviour as well as the use of the countryside and peripheral areas. The book describes the economic, social and environmental impacts of second homes as well as their planning implications and places such discussions within the context of contemporary human mobility. The volume represents essential reading for those interested in rural regional development processes and the development of new rural leisure landscapes.