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Author: Caitlin Flemming



Available September 19, 2023

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.


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For globetrotters and armchair travelers alike, Travel Home revels in the intersection of travel and design, revealing how we can take inspiration from the beauty we experience in the world and authentically incorporate this into the spaces where we live and work. Vivid photography is paired with insightful essays, interviews with the designers, and hardworking tips for cultivating your own global home.  


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Caitlin Flemming is the coauthor of both Sense of Place and Travel Home. She wrote both books with her mother, Julie Goebel. Caitlin has had her own design firm since 2012 and has projects throughout the Bay Area as well as scattered throughout the United States. She is always training her eye through travel and finding inspiration in nature. She especially enjoys antiquing and loves to find out the stories behind the pieces she finds. Caitlin lives in San Francisco with her husband, Eric, and their two children, Jackson and Amelia, and their dog, Penny.

Julie Goebel and her daughter, Caitlin Flemming, are the coauthors of Sense of Place and Travel Home. Julie is a humanities teacher and loves sharing her passion for writing with her students. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her grandchildren, Jackson and Amelia. Julie resides in San Francisco, where she embraces the fog and often walks the beaches close to her home. On weekends, you will find her with a cup of tea and a stack of interior design books.

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