Ocean Home

February/March 2016

Ocean Home magazine is for people who love the luxury oceanfront lifestyle, from home design and decor to world-class beach resorts, villas, hotels, and destinations.

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24 O C E A N H O M E M A G . C O M | F e b r u a r y + M a r c h 2 0 1 6 The Art of Living OUR INTERIORS EXPERTS JEFFREY AND DEBORAH FISHER UNCOVER FIVE FABULOUS FINDS IN STYLISH COASTAL HOME DESIGN The Fisher Files PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF THE DESIGNERS For more Fisher Files, go to oceanhomemag.com/ fisherfiles-Feb-Mar2016/ 1 | American Beauty Renowned for its American-made, high-quality and beautiful upholstery, Lee Industries goes contemporary with this metal-frame collection, available in a sofa, chair or ottoman. Deb and I are so in love with the antique bronze finish that we ordered a sofa each for different home designs. leeindustries.com 2 | Bold As Brass Brass reading floor lamps are a staple for many interior designers, but few look as updated as the Koleman by Robert Abbey. Ideal for providing task lighting in modern spaces, this lamp comes in three finishes, although our favorite is still aged natural brass. robertabbey.biz 3 | Wolfe At The Door This sophisticated Duquetterie linen print by Jim Thompson is inspired by archival door panels from the famous Elsie de Wolfe Cabinet, which design royalty Tony Duquette created for the noted actress and interior decorator in 1941. It really doesn't get more "blue blood" designer than this. jimthompsonfabrics.com 4 | The Jungle Look In the depths of winter, it's hard not to daydream about palm trees! We're longtime fans of Cole & Son's wallpaper patterns and are crazy for this multi-layered design titled Palm Jungle. It's the perfect way to warm up your home during the chilly season. cole-and-son.com 5 | Out Of Africa Deb and I believe almost every room can benefit from a touch of animal print. Pottery Barn delivers a classic (but faux) look with this hand-tufted wool rug in a zebra pattern made to look like a timeworn antique piece. We think even the great Albert Hadley would have approved. potterybarn.com 3 2 5 1 4

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