Built by Shoreline Construction and Development, and at 3,200 square feet and nearly a third more in spacious front and rear porches, this classic cape cod was designed with family living in mind.
It’s easy to entertain and live in this house thanks to its well-designed floorplan layout. The main level has an elegant formal living room and dining room that opens onto a bright off-white kitchen. The transitional family room and cozy master suite opens to a welcoming back porch.
Ample windows and vaulted ceilings provide long views and welcome sunlight. There are also twin bedroom upstairs, a practical utility and laundry with outside access. Outside, the beautiful outdoor living areas include a fireplace entertaining patio, a fire pit area and dock with a gazebo.
I hope you can feel welcomed by this southern inspired cape cod family home.
Classic Cape Cod Home
Everything was beautifully designed in this cape cod home, from the landscaping to the picket fence. Isn’t it dreamy?
Exterior Paint Color Ideas
Exterior Paint Colors: Siding of the house is “Benjamin Moore Coastal Fog” – a wonderful, neutral exterior paint color.
Trim is “Benjamin Moore Alabaster”.
Shutters are painted in Sherwin Williams Green Black SW#6994.
The stain color on the Fir front door is “Minwax English Chestnut”.
Gorgeous southern style front porch!
You’re welcomed by neutral interiors full of charm and style as soon you open the front door.
The floors are reclaimed beech wood.
This dining room was perfectly designed and decorated!
The table is Shelter bay Dining Table 062-71-36 with whitewash finish by Stanley Furniture Coastal Living Resort Collection.
Dining Room Chandelier
Chandelier is from Currey and Company.
Living Room Bookcases
This living room carries a very appealing color palette.
The bookcases paint color is “Sherwin Williams SW7018 DoveTail”.
Wall paint color is Sherwin Williams SW 7016 Mindful Gray.
Trim color is “Sherwin Williams SW 6385 Dover White”.
Just off the dining room, you will find a practical and classic white kitchen.
Counter stools are the “5 O’clock Somewhere Counter Stool (829-B1-74) with Deepwater Finish by Stanley Furniture Coastal Living Cottage”.
Pendant Lighting are Hudson Valley Pendants 9413 from Hagemeyer.
Off-White Kitchen Paint Color
Cabinet paint color is “Sherwin Williams SW 6385 Dover White”.
The kitchen countertop is honed black granite.
I am really liking the transitional feel of this family room. It’s fun and stylish at the same time.
The metal étagère is the “Lake Shore Etagere 062-75-18 with weather pier finish from Stanley Furniture Coastal Living collection”.
The paint color is Sherwin Williams #7050 Useful Gray.
Family Room Decor
You can enjoy a nice view of the pond from the family room.
Just off the kitchen, you find a mudroom with handbuilt reclaimed wooden bench.
I immediately felt inspired by the color palette in this guest bedroom. It’s so calming!
“Sherwin Williams SW 7015 Repose Gray”.
Guest Bathroom Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Edgecomb Gray HC-173”.
Not only neutral bedrooms can be soothing. This master bedroom has personality and its darker color seem to embrace you.
Green Paint Color
“Sherwin Williams Mountain Ash 7743”.
Open the master bedroom doors to a beautiful an private back porch.
Patio Furniture is all by Lloyd Flanders, Coastal Living, Low Country Collection.
The spa-like ensuite has a dreamy tub and great tiling.
The paint color in this bathroom is “Mindful Gray #7016 by Sherwin Williams”.
Gorgeous outdoor living area with Carolina Kettle fire pit.
Roof is by “4M metal”, color dark bronze.
Stunning brick patio with fireplace.
Brick is the “Oxford by Chrokee Brick”.
Imagine going kayaking here every morning. Life would feel a little lighter…
It’s nice to have you here today to share this inspiring home with you. I hope you’ve felt embraced by the beauty of this home.
Talking about embracing, I am feeling very thoughtful about life lately. To be honest, I am someone who always analyses life. I often try to think about what’s happening and I believe this has helped me to keep in touch with what really matters to me.
Lately, I have been thinking about what I have learned after my grandmother’s passing last month. I now understand, more than ever before, that nothing can guarantee you tomorrow. Today is really the day for you to let people you love know how important they are to you. Today is the day for you to ask for forgiveness and to forgive, so you can finally free yourself of any chains of the past.
I have learned that what I have to do, and especially say, I am have to do it now. I know life is busy, trust me I know, but if all we have is right now, we truly should understand how important it is to pay attention on this moment and how we can improve our lives.
All of this is teaching me to do more what’s in my heart. I go deep to my roots, where nothing exists but my true self and I listen to that voice that often we shut off from our daily lives. That voice often tells me that life can’t be perfect and we don’t have to pretend it is. Life is given to us to experiment all possibilities and they are what make us grow. You see… perfection doesn’t give space for growth.
Get out of the bed with the purpose of not wasting your day. Each and every one is precious.
What have YOU learned about life lately?
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Shoreline Construction and Development.
Interiors by: J Banks Design.
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