The Barefoot Home by Marc Vassallo
Dressed-Down Design for Casual Living

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As our personal and professional lives become more demanding and hectic, people have reacted with a more casual, relaxed, and open way of living at home. Kitchens are no longer just for cooking but serve as entertainment hubs; barbeques on the grill have replaced formal dinners. As our lives at home have become increasingly informal, the "barefoot living" lifestyle has emerged and there is increased demand to carry this attitude over into home design.
Relaxed, open, filled with light, and intimately connected to the outdoors, barefoot houses make living at home feel like being on vacation 365 days a year. The 24 houses featured in "The Barefoot Home" reflect today's barefoot times. From a long, low house on the Kansas prairie to an adobe home in New Mexico and a New England cottage by the sea, these homes capture the essence of barefoot living.
 

About Marc Vassallo

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Marc Vasallo, educated at Cornell Universities, School of Architecture, is a freelance writer and the co-author with Sarah Susanka of the best-selling Inside the Not So House. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut with his wife and son.
 
Published September 1, 2006 by Taunton Press. 218 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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