The first floor great room opens to a spacious deck which steps down to the pool. Covered porches define areas of the deck for television viewing, lounging and dining, while extending the living area of the home. Louvered shutters and railings provide additional privacy without blocking the sea air.
Inside you will find the latest coastal home interior trends with plenty of blue and white decor.
I think this is one of the most beautiful coastal homes I have shared on the blog. I wonder if you will agree with me.
What do you think about this front porch? Doesn’t it inspires you to take care of yours during this spring? How about a fresh coat of paint on your front door? New planters, a new mat? I’m sure that will do the trick! This gorgeous front porch with black front door and Bluestone floor tiles is surely inspiring me!
What a great foyer! I love the coastal colors and the traditional wainscoting.
The foyer opens directly to the dining room and living room. A blue and white color scheme predominates the entire space.
The faux bamboo chair are Bungalow 5 Jardin Side Chair, Navy Blue – $776.00 each.
Crisp white trim and neutral walls work beautifully with the blue and white furniture in this living room.
Classic elements will surely make this space stand the test of time.
Blue & White
I love how the royal blue pillows look against the ivory sofa.
It’s always exciting to see a glamorous kitchen that is also practical. The island features quartzite countertop with a classic gooseneck faucet.
The pendants above the island is Shades of Light Double Cube Brass Lantern.
Wall paint color is Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore.
The kitchen bar features glass cabinet doors with mirrored back and white Arabesque backsplash tile.
Home Office Paint Color
Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore.
Powder Room Wallpaper
This home features some great coastal wallpapers! This one is the Cole and Son Melville Wallpaper.
I love the navy and white color scheme of this family room. Isn’t it cozy?
Classic, gently curved railings add some classic appeal to this beach home.
Soft shades of light blue and gray makes this guest bedroom feel inviting and quiet.
A capiz shell table lamp was placed on top of a light gray dresser with crystal knobs for a feminine touch.
There’s nothing boring about this guest bedroom with dark navy bed and red accents.
Neutral walls and flooring quiets down the vibrant decor in the bedroom.
I love the simplicity of this vanity with the white marble countertop.
Great teen boy bedroom color inspiration! The bedroom features greige walls and painted ceiling in a navy blue paint color.
Turquoise Girl Bedroom
This happy and bright turquoise bedroom is perfect for a little girl.
Who wouldn’t love to have a white wicker swing hanging chair in their bedroom? I love the cushion fabric as well.
Master Bedroom Paint Color
Paint color is Benjamin Moore HC-172 Revere Pewter..
This bedroom features a soft color palette and tailored furniture pieces.
It’s not always easy to make a TV look attractive in the bedroom but I think this is a nice way to do it. Adding a pair of tall table lamps make the space feel more symmetrical and elegant.
A shingle chair with a small side table fills the space with comfort.
Bathroom Paint Color
Bathroom paint color is Stonington Gray HC-170 Benjamin Moore.
Aren’t loft bedrooms great? Imagine how much fun a kid can have with a loft bedroom like this one!
This bathroom features classic millwork and hardwood floors.
Wallpaper is Cole and Son10031 Acquario Fornasetti II.
If that loft bedroom didn’t steal your heart, this bunk room surely will! I love the classic coastal white and navy color scheme and the crisp white shiplap walls.
Trendy coastal decor mixes with classic pieces in this bunk room.
A quiet bonus room with painted slanted ceiling, shiplap walls and L-shaped window seat seems to be a good place to take a break and look at the ocean views.
This small hallway-style mudroom feature cabinets on both walls.
Powder room features the Cole & Son 97/10032 Fornasetti II Acquario Wallpaper.
Sliding patio doors open to an Ipe deck with wicker furniture, outdoor fireplace with outdoor tv and a second floor roof porch with louvered railings.
Beach House Backyard
Though only a block from the beach, this beach home entices one to lounge by the pool in a private courtyard.
Isn’t this home perfect? The colors are reminding me of sunshine and the beach. I can’t wait for summer!!! 🙂
How are you feeling today? Good? Not so good? How about we start to focus on the good things that are happening at this moment in your life? Can you think about one thing that is going well?
I have to be very honest with you guys… the last two years are being very hard for me. I lost my grandmother and soon after that my grandfather was diagnosed with a common terminal disease, (I refuse writing this word here because I know how “heavy” this word feels to many of us and I’m sorry for mentioning it.). If you read my blog you know how much I try to talk about good things, – things that bring our spirit up – but I feel the need to share this moment with you.
My grandparents are like parents to me, because, together with my mother, they raised me and my sister. It’s being very difficult to all of us as a family but as hard as it is to all of us, I get my strength on my faith and on how my grandfather is living the rest of his life.
Even being very fragile he never complains. Even not being able to walk anymore, he never let this stop his dreams. Even understanding that life here is limited, he knows that his soul is unlimited.
What I am trying to say here is that no one has a perfect life. I surely don’t, but the attitude we decide to have about our lives shouldn’t be based on how things momentarily are, but how, deep down, you know things soon will be.
Accept that life has its challenges and its stages. Some stages are certainly harder than others but know that nothing stays still. Everything changes and, as hard as this moment might be, you must trust that things will improve because eventually they really will.
Hang in there and live knowing that this is a moment to learn more about yourself and about your purpose.
See you guys tomorrow.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com