Charm and beauty is seen everywhere in the small seaside town of Isle of Palms, South Carolina, and this home embraces its surroundings in a fresh way. Large rooms are toned down with plenty of rustic, reclaimed beams while off-white shiplap walls and ceilings bring brightness to this home. The Pecky Cypress accents, seen in many spaces of this home, balance the entire feel of the interiors.
Take a look at this rustic coastal beach house and you will notice that you are already missing summer.
South Carolina’s Beach House with Rustic Coastal Interiors
We don’t even need to get inside to fall in love with this home, do we? Take a look at this backyard!
This stunning coastal foyer feature shiplap paneled walls and ceiling with glass doors to an open ocean view.
A reclaimed beamed doorway opens to main living areas of this beach house.
Lighting is Chisholm Hall lanterns by Urban Electric co.
Chic Rustic Kitchen
This kitchen is really full of impressive details! Reclaimed beams add warmth to this generous sized kitchen while shiplap walls and ceilings, painted in an off-white color, brightens the entire space.
Kitchen lighting is Malplaquet Pendants by Urban Electric.
Kitchen Barn Door
The kitchen features a Pecky Cypress barn door leading to the butler’s pantry.
The barn door opens to a gorgeous butler’s pantry with walnut wood countertop and walnut cabinet doors.
Relaxed slipcovered chairs add some comfort to this dining area. Lighting is Visual Comfort TOB5206AI Thomas O’Brien Erika Three-Tier Chandelier in Aged Iron – $2,000.00
Reclaimed beams continue from the kitchen to the living room area.
I love the rustic coastal feel of this home. Notice the impressive ocean view!
Blue hues play perfectly along the neutral color palette found in this room. Pecky Cypress wood surrounds the fireplace, complementing the reclaimed ceiling beams.
The staircase features a beautifully designed custom railing. A skylight brings some natural light into this space.
Lighting is Urban Electric Smokebell Pendant. Notice the Pecky Cypress barn door.
Pecky Cypress wood creates a rustic look in this long bunk room.
The bunk beds and stairs were custom designed and made of reclaimed Pecky Cypress wood.
This bedroom features a gentle color palette, which is perfect for a seaside home.
There’s nothing boring about this bathroom. I love the barn pendant light, the beam wall accent and the floor tile.
Bedroom Paint Color
Painted in a neutral color, similar to Benjamin Moore OC-17 Natural Cream, this bedroom invites the dreamy ocean view in.
The exterior of this home combines dark stained cedar shakes with metal roof.
The curved upper deck features cable railing to not obscure the view.
From this view, you can notice that a combination of cable railing and custom wood railings were installed to accentuate the architectural details of this home.
Imagine waking up to this every morning… (Take a deep breath).
This home makes me miss summer… already! 🙂
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Wasn’t this beach house refreshing? I love the interiors… I find them to be very calming and relaxing.
I need to go downtown today to buy some grocery and also hats and mittens for the kids. It’s getting pretty cold and fall is suddenly saying goodbye. Winter is making its way to the East coast… and I’m not sure if you can tell, but I am not excited for it… not one little bit. 🙂
Enjoy you day, my friends. I’m off to have a croissant before I start my day.
See you guys tomorrow!
Luciane from HomeBunch.com