6/30/11

Horst | Summer Style


Franco Zeffirelli veranda ~ Positano, 1970

Summer is here at last and so is lingering in summer spaces. The photography that Horst shot for Vogue and House & Garden in the 1960s, 70s and 80s has such enduring appeal. Right now, I'm drawn to spaces with summer-style. I hope you are finding time to linger in summer spaces, too.


Gloria Guinness "palapa" room ~ Acapulco, 1970


Antenor Patino summer house pool ~ Portugal, 1960


Oscar de la Renta house ~ Dominican Republic, 1970


Nonie & Thomas Schippers' conservatory ~ Cincinnati, 1970


Doris Duke swimming pool pavillion at Shangri-La ~ Hawaii, 1960


Images courtesy,
Horst Interiors

14 comments:

  1. Can you imagine B having Doris Duke's swimming pavilion overlooking the ocean? The breezes breathing in and breathing out and the scent of the salt air. Ohhh...and a few cocktails every now & again just to break up the day?

    I loved each timeless image, so great to see. Happy pre-4th weekend my friend. I wish you fun, fireworks and laughs. All my best to you and Billy xo xo

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  2. Hi Deb! Thanks for stopping in. I love the Positano veranda! Yes... timeless. These Horst photos are treasures and so are the vintage issues of Vogue and House & Garden. Happy 4th dear friend. Let's chat on FB. OX

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  3. All so elegant and beautiful but I think the Franco Zeffirelli veranda in Positano is my favorite!! Lounging in the classic wicker under the shade of flowering vines overlooking the Mediterranean - just doesn't get much better than that!! Oh - and don't forget the wine or prosecco!

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  4. Hi Q! I agree and wish we were all there right now!! A little blog retreat. Happy 4th!! ox

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  5. Yes, seems we should all head off the Positano. That is my preference too. pgt

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  6. The Astonishing thing is none of these are dated in any way!! Truly timeless,
    WOW!!!

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  7. Hi Penelope! The secret to good design just might be trendless = timeless! ; )

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  8. beautiful especially the Positano veranda

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  9. barb -- i want in on some of that positano action! every time i see it (or any place on the amalfi coast) on some film, i always get a longing in my soul to visit and just wile away the day ...

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  10. Jg., you are IN!! We would not go without you. Great to see you... I must visit soon. ; )

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  11. The Cincinnati conservatory trumps them all, quite dramatically, for adapting elegantly to a temperate climate. I honestly wish people could see this. Of course FZ will have a movie set perched above the Amalfi coast; of course the de la Rentas will have redundant pillows, 'comme il faut' in a grossly unjust nation. But for heaven's sake, for a handsome adaptation of a life of ease to a setting of hereditary obligation, the Schippers' conservatory is not only exemplary, it is instructive. The posting, naturally, is gorgeous throughout.

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  12. Thank you Laurent. I agree about the Schipper's conservatory. Orchestrated, beautifully.

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