Located by the sandy beaches of Edgartown, Massachusetts, this beach house features one of the most soothing interiors I have seen. The entire main floor seems to be kissed by the warm sand while a splash of turquoise and blue bring in the colors of the sea.
Instead of nautical stripes or blue and white decor, Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design is known for a refined mix of muted shades with gradations from room to room. In this beach house, the designers layered textures, used organic fabrics and mixed clean lines from a creamy white kitchen with transitional furnishings.
While the main floor is all about keeping everything neutral and quiet, the basement of this home has an opposite vibe. Colorful fabrics and wallpaper wakes you up and invites you in for some summer fun.
Take a look and let me know what speaks more to you, the soothing colors of the main rooms or the vibrant basement!
Beach House with Neutral Interiors
It’s easy to live with an organized kitchen like that. Turquoise and teal decor brings some color to this neutral space.
Pendants above island is Jamie Young Seeded Glass Nimbus 3 Light Chandelier –$837.50 each.
Notice the swivel leather barstools.
A kitchen pantry with open shelves and lower cabinets is located just off the kitchen.
A neutral stone grounds the off-white cabinetry in this kitchen. The same stone is repeated as backplash for a muted look.
Countertop is similar to Limestone.
A natural linen shade dresses the kitchen window in an elegant and subtle way.
From quintessentially-coastal turquoise to soft creamy shades of white, this kitchen show us that the best interiors use color in a balanced way.
Similar Paint Color: Benjamin Moore 964 White Sand.
These simple blue dining chairs contrast beautifully against the custom dining table and wide plank wood floors.
In the living room, turquoise, creamy whites, sandy taupes, and wooden furniture creates an ethereal yet grounded mix.
Not only does this living room balance light and creamy whites well, it also brings in natural elements in a subtle way.
For the furnishings, the designer chose pieces scaled to suit the large room.
Butler’s pantry features wide plank hardwood floors and vertical wall paneling.
This creamy white butler’s pantry also features a gooseneck barn lighting above the cabinets.
This neutral master bedroom features impressive grasscloth carpet floors.
Soft grays are combined with marble in this bathroom for a crisp look.
Pink & Green
Gorgeous girl’s bedroom with hot pink grasscloth wallpaper accenting the headboard wall. A window seat is tucked across the bed.
This basement is completely the opposite from the main rooms of this house. It features a mix of navy with green and lime colors. A new and fresh take on masculine decor!
Blue Cabinet Paint Color
Similar blue cabinet paint color: “Sherwin Williams SW 6971 Morning Glory”.
Basement Kitchen & Bar
This basement kitchen and bar is perfect to prepare small snacks and beverages.
Beautiful powder room with navy wallpaper, custom vanity, wall mounted faucet and mosaic flooring.
From Here to There
See other projects by Martha’s Vineyard Interior Design here.
Even if you’re landlocked, you can bring the beach home with coastal style. I hope you have found coastal design inspiration in some of these spaces above.
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I am so happy today is Wednesday and I feel this week is being extremely productive! I have mentioned before that I am currently designing a lake cottage in Ontario via my online interior design services, and this project is being very exciting. We are using some stunning elements and I feel so lucky to have one of the most kind and smart clients I have ever worked with. It’s truly wonderful when you have this connection with your clients where you understand what they want and need and they understand your vision for design.
Loving what you do seems to attractive good people, you know? 🙂
I hope your week is going great, but if not, focus on today and make of it the best it can be!
We will talk again tomorrow.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com