The evening last I watched the sprawling drama, Reds, about Jack Reed and Louise Bryant, writers during the time of the Great War. They took initiative to go the action in Russia during the Bolshevik uprising and became notables for the Communist Party. Go see it!
Now see the above photo of Jack Nicholson playing Eugene O'Neill? Look past the mustache, to the beautiful room he sits in.
Well, this short section of the movie spent at a gorgeous beach house with creative types in Cape Cod, got me thinking. The house they used was perfect: Light, airy, filled with books, linens and whitewashed walls. So often seaside homes are left feeling light, airy and...stagnant.
(Trust me, I grew up five minutes from the beach. Bouys in the front yard as decor?? Pourquoi?)
Anywho, my quest for images of homes by the sea that look bookish, elegant and lived in (YEARround) begins! Here is what I've gathered as of yet:
Now go netflix Reds, pause on the scenes of the cottage, observe and leave your report on my desk first thing tomorrow.