Some homes are able to deliver an instant feel of warmth and beauty that can easily embrace whomever enters it. This East coast style beach cottage feels unique with its original vintage nautical decor and its comfortable interiors.
Take some time to relax while seeing this seaside shingle style cottage designed by the very talented interior designer Kate Jackson, from Kate Jackson Design.
East Coast Style Beach Cottage
An uncomplicated designed kitchen is always best! This clean-lined coastal kitchen feels bright and timeless.
The copper pendant lights above the kitchen island were salvaged from old ships. Aren’t they gorgeous?
The counter stools are the 1940s French Barrelback Counter Stool from Restoration Hardware.
Island Dimensions: The length of the island is approximately 8′ long.
White Kitchen Paint Color
Kitchen Cabinet Paint Color: “Benjamin Moore OC-65 Chantilly Lace”.
Plenty of natural light makes this breakfast nook feel warm and cozy. I love the antique chairs and the touch of yellow in this room.
Yellow fabric is the “65613 Madison Wool Chartreuse by F Schumacher”.
Every coastal cottage should have some patina added to it.
The stripe fabric on the window-seat is an Alexa Hampton fabric for Kravet _ “Millstone Ocean”.
Pillow Fabric: “Samarkand” by Peter Dunham Textiles.
The grandfather clock is an antique.
Gorgeous coastal art! This piece is called “The Artis” by Lars Fiske.
The piece is a spherical rendition of tile in Spring St subway station wall.
Lars is design coordinator at Socrates Sculpture garden, Astoria, NY. He has produced many fascinating pieces in spheres that are featured in art museums
Hardwood floors are Hickory.
The wall color is “C2 Minimum” and the trim is “Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace”.
The chairs on the right are from Lee Industries. The fabric is Patton Aloe Grade S., also from Lee Industries.
Living Room Decor
This entire space is filled with interesting decor. Nothing is boring and everything seems to have a story to tell.
That fabulous chair is an antique and was purchased in NH.
The brass lantern on the coffee table is vintage. The brass floor lamp is from Circa Lighting.
The stripe pillow fabric is once again, “Kravet Millstone Ocean by Alexa Hampton”. The fabric on the seafoam pillow is the “Kravet Riad Seafoam”.
The rug is from Rustigian’s Rugs located in Providence, RI.
Notice the built-in bookcase in the back.
Bookcase Decor Ideas
You don’t need to break the bank to decorate your home. Collect unique vintage finds from garage sales and flea-markets. The trick to end up with a beautiful home is buying only what you love.
Letting Light In
Adorable casement window in the built-in.
This cozy den is located on the second floor and it is one of my favorite places in this home.
The Tripod Floor Lamp is from Visual Comfort.
Pillow Fabrics: The fabrics on the pillows are from “Raoul Textiles”.
The spool chair was custom designed by the interior designer.
Bedroom Sitting Area
A stylish sitting area is just off the master bedroom. I would be happy to read a book on that chair.
Chair is from Noir Furniture and the coffee table is from Ballard Designs.
Pillow is from “Dransfield & Ross”.
This bedroom is full of happiness! I love the fabric choices and the stunning bed.
The wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace.
Lamps are the “Jamie Young Laffite Mercury Glass Table Lamp”.
Nightstands are the “19th C. Swedish Rounded Oak Nightstand” from Restoration Hardware.
The bed is the “Sutton Bed” from William-Sonoma Home”.
The capiz shell chandelier is from World’s Away.
This bathroom feels very coastal and fresh. I am loving the custom vanity. It’s simple and timeless.
Faucet is from Perrin & Rowe (Rohl).
This fun shower curtain was purchased from West Elm.
Rug in the bedroom is also from West Elm.
Sconce is the “Bryant Sconce” from Circa Lighting.
Transitional Bedroom Design
This transitional bedroom is full of color and textures, which is perfect for a teenager!
The gorgeous chandelier is the “Bubble Chandelier Original Size by Jean Pelle”.
Bedding: The coverlet is from Restoration Hardware. The throw is from Designer’s Guild.
Pink pillow is from “Cococozy”.
The gray headboard was custom made.
Nightstand is from West Elm.
Lamp is the “Rope Table Lamp” from Pottery Barn.
Dresser is from West Elm and the driftwood mirror is “The Beachhead Mirror by Currey & Co.”.
A mix of Scandinavian with vintage cottage design makes this guest bedroom feel interesting and simple at the same time. And honestly, you simply can’t go wrong with this timeless color scheme.
This cottage is full of love and great ideas. Don’t you think?
We’re having a beautiful day today. It’s sunny, warm and the sky is clean and very blue, and I can’t stay indoors with a weather like this. I’ll grab my little ones and play outside with them.
We’ll talk again tomorrow. Deal? 🙂
Have a Blessed day, my friends!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Kate Jackson Design.
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