Sense of Place

Design Inspired by Where We Live


Explore how the world around us can inspire meaningful, personal, and beautiful interiors with Travel Home authors Caitlin Flemming and Julie Goebel


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Caitlin Flemming, Julie Goebel


Interior design experts and Travel Home co-authors Julie Goebel and Caitlin Flemming are back to further explore what makes a house a home. For anyone interested in curating a home that is personal, functional, and beautiful, it’s important to understand how our surroundings impact our interiors. When a space evokes a strong sense of place–a sense of belonging and comfort–it becomes a place to rest and feel grounded, surrounded by those you cherish most. Evoking nostalgic attachment, the colors and textures of a landscape, or cultural traditions, meaningful and inspired interior design is bound to reflect the broader context of a place.

Mother and daughter team Goebel and Flemming break down the details of how top designers and creatives style their homes by drawing inspiration from place. From the pastoral beauty of the English countryside to the streets of Mallorca and from the warm desert palette of New Mexico to the sunny streets of Los Angeles, Sense of Place juxtaposes interior shots, exterior landscapes, and local scenes to reveal the natural harmony between more than 20 homes and their exterior surroundings. With practical tips and evocative essays, interior design and travel enthusiasts alike will be inspired to design their homes to reflect lived experiences.

Additional information

Weight 1508 g
Dimensions 22.4 x 26.2 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 21 September 2023
Number of pages 288
Format Hardback
Dimensions 22.4 x 26.2 cm
Weight 1508 g


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Caitlin Flemming and Julie Goebel are the co-authors of Travel Home. Flemming has had her own design firm since 2012 and has projects in the Bay Area and nationwide. Goebel, along with being a writer, is a humanities teacher. They both live in San Francisco.