Beach havens and beach houses are the best options for a peaceful and pleasant life. A great idea to spend the holidays away from the stresses of working and every day is this beach house and a coastal haven where you can choose your second Home.
Introducing the book At Home on the Water
This article will introduce the book At Home on the water to the author Jaci Conry. You can also find other books by this author by clicking on the author’s name. Since the late 1800s, people have been working to build places to relax, especially on beaches, even some of them were able to build houses on the water to enjoy the unique sea and ocean views.
At Home on the Water offers a complete history of these home and beach shelters where you can learn more about these homes and the designs used in these shelters. I suggest you be sure to read this book before building or buying beach shelters so that you can choose and buy the best beach houses and the best beach shelters.
Translation of At Home on the Water
The Book of At Home on the Water is currently only written in English. (If you need another language, let us know through comments) you can download this 225-page book through the LiveinBook website or read it online.
In a section of At Home on the Water, we read
My husband’s parents have a summer home on Cape Cod. Perched on a small bluff overlooking Buzzards Bay, the house has a sloped, rocky pathway that leads down to the beach. The shingle-clad house is a rambling structure, four bedrooms aligned on one level, each one with a view of the ocean. It is a home from which to observe so many things: shorebirds and seals on the wide, flat rocks of the jetty; sailboats and fishermen; the ocean’s multitude of hues. There’s subtle and, occasionally, not so subtle drama to be witnessed when the ever-changing skyline meets the sea. Sunsets and sunrises and storms take on great significance there. Scents are heightened: the whiff of marine life, salty water and sunscreen, and the beach roses that grow wild all around permeates the air.
A house by the sea conjures magical notions of an oasis. At the mention of one, we imagine a place geared for relaxation and outdoor living, a place for wiling away afternoons with a book. At that dreamy beach house, there will be picnics and sea-glass collecting; togetherness and bathing suits; lemonade and seafood; laughter and cocktails at sunset (or much earlier); and sand, sand everywhere. That’s what a house on the water means.
In my career as a design writer, I’ve visited countless ocean havens. Truly, they come in all shapes and sizes. From the most rustic of cottages, with century-old board-and-batten paneling, no-fuss furniture, and antique hooked rugs, their colors long faded to sleek-lined, white minimalist manses with walls of glass and state-of-the-art smart-home systems. In all cases, these homes by the sea are much beloved by their inhabitants. They are places to which people come home again and again when they’re in need of ease and serenity, breaks from lives of busyness.
Information Page and the first book, At Home on the Water
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