Hello everyone! Before anything I want to apologize for being so late with my post today. To be very honest, I almost didn’t have time to prepare it, but I didn’t want to to make you wait until tomorrow for a new post. Today was a busy day to say at the least, plus my baby has a bad cold and I didn’t have any time to write this post before he went to bed. But I’m finally here and I can’t wait to share this beach house with you.
Designed by Richard Bubnowski Design LLC, this beach house is a dream even before you step in. With a sandy beach as backyard, this place is the kind of home that you feel you’re at a vacation year around. The interiors are designed with a coastal vibe in mind and all the rooms are casual yet tailored.
Completed for the summer of 2010, this award winner beach house, located in Silver Beach, New Jersey, has 3800 sqft and it was built to a family from Georgia that uses it primarily as a vacation home.
The aesthetic of this beach house is an eclectic mix of various styles that have been reinterpreted for contemporary living.
What’s not to love? This white kitchen feels warm and inviting.
The island countertop is carrara marble, the sconces are “Yoke pendant with large shade” by Circa Lighting, the stools are from Ficks Reed.
Island dimensions: 9′ long x 48″ wide at the apex of the curve.
Perfectly designed with a perfect view. Also, notice the the sunroom in the back.
The French doors are Marvin Ultimate Clad French Door unit, with a custom grille pattern. SDL, Simulated Divided Light with aluminum spacer. Baldwin hardware in oil rubbed bronze.
The chairs are from Ficks Reed and the paint is by Benjamin Moore, but the color was a custom mix.
To the Sand
A place to hear the waves and relax with your favorite magazine.
From the Foyer to the Living Room
The floors are white oak, hand-scraped and stained.
Isn’t it a fantastic living room? I love the coastal decor and the relaxed feel you get with the comfy furniture.
White & Blue
Beautiful inside and out! Paint color is Benjamin Moore “Simply White” in pearl finish.
The wall on the right has 12″ tongue and groove plank boards. They add some characteristic to the space.
This is the kind of master bedroom I love! The colors are soft and calming and you can go sleep and wake up hearing the weaves. Heavenly!
The bed and armoire are from Point Beach Interiors in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.
Just in case you have too many margaritas and feel a bit lost! 😉
The utilitarian functions of the plan such as mechanical, laundry, and storage have been stacked along the north wall, leaving the south and eastward facing walls open with glass.
Remember that nice feeling of walking on the beach? I can’t wait for summer!!!
This dreamy beach house is located on a sandy oceanfront site along one of New Jersey’s barrier islands.
Thank you so much for your patience today and I’ll come back with a new post tomorrow, ok? 🙂
Wishing you all a very Blessed day!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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