Monday, July 10, 2017

“A Little Town Called Lake Worth”, by Carleton Varney.

Published in International Opulence Magazine, Summer Issue 2017, pp. 116–117.

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“Hotels on the oceanfront in Lake Worth are the Four Seasons, The Tideline and the Fairfield Inn, a short walk from the Lake Worth casino, beach and restaurants.”

By Carleton Varney

“South of Palm Beach and north of Boynton Beach, tourists to South Florida will find the sleepy little town of Lake Worth where the streets are lined with small cottages painted bright and happy Floridian colors – melon, pineapple, aqua blue and pink. Where terraces and patios have canvas awnings and where gardens are protected by white painted fences, trellis borders and pickets.”

and. . .

     “Recently the book Cottages of Lake Worth was published and authored by Dean Sherwin, Janice Snearer and Taylor Jones, and I have found the book inspirational in style, as well as in design, with decorating ideas that are modestly costly. Lake Worth may in some respects be a village for the now and new younger set, as you’ll see some of the tattoo generation about Lake and Lucerne avenues where restaurants and small shops flourish.
     Lake Worth is not a town generally frequented for the Saks Fifth Avenue or the Tiffany set, but for sure that set drops into the village on occasion to see what is what in the vintage clothing shops that are part of the town ambiance.”

Stay tuned for updates when 2nd shipment of hardcover books will arrive later this year. 

Have you heard the latest about the Cottages of Lake Worth book?
Taylor Jones, whose photographs make up most of The Cottages of Lake Worth book, “Living Large in Small Spaces”, is taking an adventure on a “schoolie”!

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