More than 200 photographs and a rich narrative illuminate this rustic building and decorating style, from its beginnings in the Great Camps to spectacular contemporary interpretations.
“This book is a superb work that will inspire lovers of the Adirondack style. Ann Stillman O’Leary brings a contemporary note to the rich history of the region. Future owners, architects, and interior designers will find in this book a wonderful source of information and inspiration.” —Harvey Kaiser, author of Great Camps of the Adirondacks
“I’ve always loved the Adirondacks. Ann Stillman O’Leary’s Adirondack Style brings me the closest I’ll ever get to living there.”
—Mary Emmerling, author of Mary Emmerling’s Quick Decorating and creative director of Country Home magazine
Ann Stillman O’Leary, principal designer of Evergreen House Interiors, is one of the country’s preeminent designers specializing in Adirondack-style interiors that are both rustic and refined. She has a diverse background in home furnishings, having directed product design for a consortium of prestigious department stores around the world. She has also worked as a freelance designer for Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue. She lives in Lake Placid, New York.
Photographer Gary R. Hall specializes in architecture and has taken photographs for builders, architects, interior designers, and the Relais & Châteaux resorts. His photographs have appeared in national publications such as Town & Country, Country Inns, and Food Arts. He lives in Shelburne, Vermont.