Living in one of Cape Cod's charming villages is surreal in many ways. It's small town living - people say hello and remember your name. Life includes coffee at the beach, a swim on a whim, beach walks collecting wash ashores, a bike ride to the post office or a casual sail. Walking to and from your friends' houses is luxurious. Coastal living is a sure way to kick back and embrace casual living.
Interesting chairs make for interesting homes. Chairs are necessities but they don’t have to be boring. Think about the fabrics and pillows used to coordinate with your coastal decor. Design No. Five offers a collection of hand-sketched wash ashores brought to life on 100% Belgian linen.
Beach house dining room decor is just as important a the living rooms. This Tidelines Journal post hopes to inspire those with coastal cottages that are in need of a dining room refresh. All the furnishings and art are selected for their “look and feel” and availability.
Shuck Yeah! Cotuit oysters are world famous and a must for any of our summer season pre-dinner rituals. Oysters on the half shell combined with Phil’s More Perfect Diamondwith fresh wild mint from our yard make for a lovely wind down after a full day of sailing, dog walking, gardening and yard maintenance.
Believe in Linen! Join Libeco Linen in this effort to provide responsibly sourced, sustainable and eco-friendly linen. Design No. Five promotes all aspects of producing environmentally friendly fabrics, pillows and wallpaper.
A charming story about my father-in-law and husband. Both have always been strong supporters of my creative endeavors and a lovers of upcycling.
Design No. Five Studio was featured in Cottage Style Magazine. Featuring our coastal inspired fabrics based on hand-sketched beach wash ashores brought to life on 100% eco-friendly Belgian linen.