Living room, Dutton-Waller Cottage Exterior, Dutton-Waller Cottage
I ran down to Tybee this evening to do a walk through of the beach house. Tonight I’m staying at a Mermaid Cottage called Dutton-Waller. Sigh. It’s true love. Built in 1938 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, DW is a beach house with soul. It’s the beach house The Breeze Inn wants to be when it grows up. This is yet another Jane Coslick/Diane Kaufman creation, and it was restored with so much love, so much thought, so much care, it makes my heart go pitter-patter. Tomorrow when it’s daylight, and before I go over to the Breeze, I’ll walk around and take some pics of all the glorious details to post. Until then, here’s a little cottage porn for your perusal. Dutton-Waller says don’t hate me ‘cuz I’m beautiful.