"Brings Old Naples to life."--Rodney Kite-Powell, Tampa Bay History Center
The seaside resort town of Naples, one of Florida's first "planned communities," is blessed with captivating historical architecture. Filled with delightful beach homes and cottages, most built between 1895 and 1950, Naples possesses a magic and allure unique to the Sunshine State. These postcards provide a behind-the-scenes glimpse into a dozen charming houses, revealing the architectural and interior design brilliance enjoyed by their owners. Suitable for framing and mounting on the walls of your own dream house, or for mailing to friends and family, this collection of images offers delightful access to some of the most beautiful homes anywhere.
Joie Wilson is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers whose projects in Naples range from contemporary high-rise condominiums to old and new beachfront cottages. Photographer Penny Taylor's images have appeared in a variety of publications and are on permanent exhibit at the Norris Center in Naples.