There’s nothing pretentious or cold about this beach house in Maine. In fact, if you’re looking for sleek homes, this is not the right place, but if you’re searching for cozy and welcoming coastal interiors, you should feel at home here today.
Located at Peters Cove in Harpswell, Maine and designed by the very talented designers from Banks Design Associates, LTD & Simply Home, this place is everything you could expect of an East Coast beach house. Classic designs and decor are displayed in the interiors and in the exterior of the home where the stunning surroundings seem to bring the interiors alive with their natural beauty. The colors and textures express personality and love for the house which can only be seen inside homes that are lived in.
Find a comfy chair, grab yourself a fresh cup of coffee and come spend some time in Maine… sunshine awaits you!
Maine Beach House with Classic Coastal Interiors
From the ground up, the designers created this house and the interiors with an eye for freshness and simplicity. A getaway with nostalgic style updated conveniences & dock and sleep away cabin on the property where three generations celebrate, vacation and explore Maine together.
Wouldn’t you love to spend a quiet afternoon in this porch?
A blue door contrasts beautifully with the white exterior.
A bench is great addition to this narrow porch.
Isn’t this kind of living room you want to have in a beach house? This space feels relaxed, welcoming yet tailored.
The coffee table is available through the designer’s retail store Simply Home at 172 Route One, Falmouth, ME
The striped blue rug was a custom order.
Blue ceilings and a blue island bring some color to this traditional coastal kitchen.
The kitchen features 6″ x 6″crackle subway tile backsplash.
Mirrored doors add some unexpected sparkle to this kitchen.
The kitchen wallpaper is Wilton Trellis by Thibaut.
Countertop is soapstone.
This small powder room features a coastal wallpaper, the Chesapeake Novelty – Navy Line On White Wallpaper .
Adding a bold fabric to a vintage chair is always a fun project to do. I love this little corner by the staircase. Don’t you? Notice the striped stair runner.
Crisp white linens contrast beautifully with navy decor in this coastal bedroom.
This chair brings color and personality to this small bedroom.
A classic coastal bunk room is a must in any beach house.
When building a window seat, always try to make it wide enough so you can lay down and take naps or read comfortably.
This master bedroom is so darling! I love the colors and the simple furniture pieces.
A window seat with storage is located between the vanities.
If you liked the interiors of this beach house, wait until you see the exterior! This home is perfect!
This makes me miss summer tremendously!
This large deck is perfect for entertaining.
Can you picture yourself relaxing here?
This property also features a waterfront guest house.
This screened-in porch keep the bugs away and that’s always a plus for me! I cannot relax with bugs around… 🙂
Wicker furniture brings comfort and beauty to the porch.
This property is surrounded by nature…
By the Sea
This beach house comes even with a dock.
This seems to be a great place for kayaking or to just relax.
Every day is beautiful when you are here…
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Hello, my wonderful friends!
How nice it is to have you here today! Did you have a fun Easter? It was great to get up today with my youngest son smiling and saying that the Easter Bunny came to our house. This Easter Bunny never disappoints! 🙂
This weekend was fun! I was able to go on a quick getaway and come back home to celebrate Easter. Things are busy but I planning to start to slow down soon and start making some plans for summer. I want to travel more this year and I hope we can explore more our country with the kids. I feel that it’s so important for them to know more about where they are from before exploring other places. We’ve traveled across the country before but I am getting ready to do it again, now that the kids are getting older. It’s not an easy task, but it’s so worthy. Have you ever tried?
Have a Blessed week, everyone. Be happy, healthy and loved!
We will talk again tomorrow!
Luciane from HomeBunch.com