In The BNOTP Library: Martha’s Vineyard Gardens and Houses

After touring HGTV’s 2015 Dream Home on Martha’s Vineyard, I knew exactly which book I wanted to share today from my decor/gardening library. I’ve always been intrigued by Martha’s Vineyard and became even more curious about that area when I discovered one of my favorite author’s, Susan Branch, lives there. She talks about MV a lot on her blog. So I ordered this book a few summers back and love it!

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In the BNOTP Library: Martha’s Vineyard Gardens and Houses
Author: Taylor Lewis, Catherine Fallin
Hardcover: 277 pages

Martha's Vineyard Gardens and Houses by Taylor Lewis, Catherine Fallin and Elizabeth Talbot

 

3 Things I Like About This Book:

  • Gorgeous pictures of the homes and gardens on Martha’s Vineyard, all taken by an award-winning photographer. I have his book about Nantucket, too and his photography is wonderful! If you don’t already want to visit Martha’s Vineyard, you will after reading this book.
  • So many beautiful gardens, this is a great book for the gardener, too.
  • Tours inside historic homes, some traditional, some decorated in casual beach style…all beautiful! This book really gives you a feel for what the island must be like.

You can read more about this book, Martha’s Vineyard Gardens and Houses at Amazon where I normally buy my books, via the picture link below.

 

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Comments

  1. Yvonne Shafer says:

    We have a lot of the same books! Love this one and the beach decor. Thanks for sharing your library!

  2. pam ~ crumpety moor says:

    That cover photograph is beautiful. It is sooo cold here today and that picture looks so pleasantly warm and inviting. I always used to love the snow and cold weather, but yikes! What they say must be true ~ the older you get, the harder it is to deal with the cold. 🙁

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