Located in the beautiful beach community of WaterColor in Seagrove Beach, Florida, this 4,815 sqft beach house with transitional coastal interiors was recently designed by Tim Adams of T.S. Adams Studio and overseen by project manager Noah Speights.
According to the interior designer Courtney Dickey of T.S. Adams Studio, the homeowners are a young couple from Louisiana and have two small children. She and her husband have been vacationing in Watercolor for several years and decided to build a home which they could enjoy for many years to come. The wife has a great sense of style and knew what she wanted, which made the designer feel even more inspired and have some fun while designing this beautiful and relaxed beach house.
Exterior Paint Color: Trim and Main Body Paint Colors: Benjamin Moore HC 172 Revere Pewter. Blue Shutters: Benjamin Moore AC 16 Kentucky Haze.
Shutters material is Spanish Cedar.
This home is full of beautiful interior design ideas and I’m loving the wooden garage doors.
The garage doors are Kiln dried wood.
The driveway feature concrete pavers.
What an inviting front porch! The front porch features a pair of custom bed swings. How dreamy!
Porch Swing Paint Color
Paint color is Benjamin Moore Kentucky Haze.
Aqua & Rope
Rope gives an extra coastal feel to this porch swing.
The swings were custom made by Luke Phillips.
The lantern sconces are from Bevolo.
Planters are from Emissary.
Paint color is Sherwin Williams Pure White.
Flooring is a reclaimed oak floor that the designer mixed up a custom white wash stain.
Chandelier is Currey and Co.
Lamps and mirror are by Regina Andrews.
Console is from Furniture Classics.
What a beautiful living room! Here are some details about the furniture and decor: This extra large sectional is the Dr Pitt by Mitchell Gold, sconces are Urban Electric, chandelier is Aidan Gray. Rug and pillows are Loloi.
Floor Lamps are Regina Andrews.
It’s easy to fall in love with a kitchen with custom graywash cabinets. Notice the shiplap walls and the built-in fridge.
Pulls on barn doors (see right) are Regina Andrews.
Kitchen light is Arteriors Caviar Fixed Large Cluster – $4200.00
The kitchen countertop is Iceberry Blue Quartzite and backsplash is white glass tile.
Kitchen & Breakfast Nook
The kitchen opens to a cozy breakfast nook.
Barstools are by Lee Industries.
The breakfast nook is perfect for this family of four. I love the window shutters and the shiplap walls.
Dining table is from Gabby.
How adorable is this painting? It brings so much color and fun to this nook. Artwork is by Ashley Longshore.
Sometimes, less is more…
The kitchen opens to a comfortable, beach-style family room.
Chairs are Lee Industries. Coffee table is from Zentique.
Small side table is Gabby.
Shiplap is placed above the Limestone fireplace.
Sconces are Urban Electric.
Sofas are Duralee.
The kids playroom/TV room is fun and comfy for the entire family.
Chest is from Guildmaster. Sofa is Duralee. Poufs and pillows are from Anne Selke. Map is Leftbank Art.
Rug is Loloi.
This light and airy bedroom features 3 mirrors above the bed and a very soothing decor.
The three mirrors and the upholstered headboard are Aidan Gray.
Side tables are Noir Furniture. Lamps are Barbara Cosgrove.
Bench with Lucite lesg are from Square Feather. Rug is Loloi.
The master bedroom is chic and sleek. I am loving the glass chandelier, a Murano Leaf Chandelier by Global Views, and the bed by Bernhardt.
Murano Leaf Chandelier by Global Views – $4,997.50
Bed is Landon Metal Poster Bed by Bernhardt.
Bench is Zentique. Side tables are Gabby. Lamps are by Barbara Cosgrove. Decorative Pillows are from Square Feathers.
Draperies and window seat cushion are custom.
The crisp white bathroom features herringbone reclaimed wood floors, custom mirrored vanity and a round mirror (Regina Andrew Mother of Pearl Mirror) over a framed mirror. Paint color is Sherwin Williams SW 7005 Pure White.
Lights by vanity are Urban Electric. Countertop is Calcutta marble and faucet is by Rohl.
Hello, my beautiful friends!
I really hope your day feels light and happy just like this stunning home! Talking about “happy home”, my husband and I are painting the kids bedrooms and I am redesigning them. I love redecorate my house whenever possible and there isn’t a better time than spring! Redesign also means declutter around here and I have to say that I love that part! It’s great to donate whatever we no longer use, buy some fresh decorative places and change the look of our house for the summer.
Make sure to bring home what makes you happy. Beautify yourself, beautify your home and allow yourself to feel light! 🙂
Have a great day, everyone! We will talk again tomorrow.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
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