Step Inside the Dreamy Sayulita Surf Shack of Photographer Juan Munoz and Wife Hana Waxman
Surf Shack: Laid-Back Living by the Water
by Nina Freudenberger, Heather Summerville and Brittany Ambridge
Check it out on Amazon.com
If only you were cool enough. Cool enough to ditch your worrisome, email driven life to live yours and everyone's ultimate dream of dreams, a Blue Crush-meets-Architectural Digest vision. A casual, sandy sheets, perpetually tanned existence.
In her new book, Surf Shack: Laid-Back Living By the Water, interior designer Nina Freudenberger peeks inside the most aesthetically envious bungalows, trailers, beach shacks and homes of surf enthusiasts from Australia to Montauk, NY.
Stopping in Sayulita, Mexico along the way to share the relaxed, sleepy home of surf photographer Juan Muñoz and wife Hana Waxman. A clean stroke of whites, punctuated with bright colored accessories - a striped hammock hung in the living room, a yellow surfboard posted up on the terrace.
Flip through for some summery inspiration to spark your design ideas for the season!
View the slaideshow at Guest of a Guest
Photo: Brittany Ambridge
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