2013 Design Trendsetters

Our first-ever list of the ultimate design talents who define fabulous seaside style.

Designer Lookbooks

Check out the beautiful worlds of our top 10 trendsetters in coastal design.

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Fun House: Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler Lookbook

He broke the mold when it comes to irreverent design, perfect for beach homes.

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Blue Crush: Anthony Baratta

Anthony Baratta Lookbook

From Maine to Miami, a provocateur proves the power of color.

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Citrus Splash

Meg Braff Lookbook

With a special knack for nostalgic seaside prints, she's busier than ever.

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Open Plan

Tim Clarke Lookbook

This California style maker defines coastal cool.

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Seeing Double: Thom Filicia

Thom Filicia Lookbook

A design celebrity combines refined and rustic in this lakeside retreat that returns him to his roots.

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Soft Touch: Victoria Hagan

Victoria Hagan Lookbook

A designer admired for sublime simplicity fills coastal homes with ocean light.

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Undersea Comfort: India Hicks

India Hicks Lookbook

She curates a seaside world everyone wants a piece of.

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Outta this World: Kathryn Ireland

Kathryn M. Ireland Lookbook

A star on screen, she designs exotic looks in seaside homes.

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All in the Details: Thomas Paul

Thomas Paul Lookbook

A revival artist brings old prints of whales and other wild things back to life.

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Form and Function: Scott Sanders

Scott Sanders Lookbook

He's a master at crafting spaces that feel sunny and upbeat.

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Choose Your Favorite Design Trendsetter

These ten talents are all making waves in fabulous seaside style. Vote for your favorite! 

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