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SEP-OCT 2018

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FRESH STYLE I meet and figuratively. We hop from Maine to Palm Beach to Lyford Cay to Belize, exploring grand manses, funky cabanas, and even a handsome Hinckley boat. The random sampling really divulges my design schizophrenia! That said, there are common threads among them. They're all comfortable and colorful with gauzy fabrics and operable shutters to filter incoming breezes, and saturated colors evocative of seashells, sandy beaches, sea glass, and sunsets. Besides the book, you also have a bustling design business and a thriving line of tabletop and decorative accessories. What's next? Right now, we're busy expanding our product line to include new offerings like picnic ware and small furnishings, so it's hard to think about what comes next. But I've got an imaginary project that's always been in the back of my head: I would love to develop and curate a brand of luxury boutique hotels in the Bahamas. I'm always dreaming up dreamy spaces. RIGHT: Tall Corallina wainscoting lends warmth to the loggia. Lindroth designed the open-air space to feel like an interior room, with comfortable seating and custom furnishings such as the hand-carved consoles and mirrored planters made in India. BELOW: A fancifully carved mirror painted eye-popping coral reflects the view of the mature tropical landscape. 18 | S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 8 For more information, see Sources, page 84

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