Being one of my favorites magazines, I am always anxiously waiting for whenever Coastal Living announces their new Coastal Living Showhouse each year and I am happy to share today this stunning beach house located in Coronado, California.
Built by Flagg Coastal Homes, this is the magazine’s first Showhouse in California. Burnham Design of Los Angeles is the selected interior designer for the latest Showhouse and San Diego-based Topia Land is the landscape architect. This five bedroom oceanfront home is located in Sunset Park on Coronado Island and offers sunny rooms with intriguing architectural details, porches and dreamy ocean views.
With a unique reverse floor plan, where the bedrooms are on the ground floor and the main spaces are on the floor up, the designers were able to keep the vaulted ceilings, more natural light, and better views of the water.
Latest Coastal Living Showhouse
This 4,500 sq ft Nantucket-style home is across a large park and a sandy beach. Paradise!
The cupola roof and weather vane are crafted of rust-free copper. The weathervane is by Weathervanes of Maine.
Home Exterior Paint Color
Exterior Paint Color: The shake siding is “Pacific Blue by Allura”.
Here, the builders chose composite siding because it withstands the elements better than wood.
The doors and windows in the entire house are by “Marvin”.
The architecture of this home is timeless! Also, notice the impeccable landscaping.
The brick is by Eldorado Stone, and the pavers are by Belgard. The porch and railing are by AZEK. The furniture is by Frontgate, and the fabric is by Sunbrella.
The entry hall is chic and very stylish. The painted flooring in checkerboard patterns are painted in “Swiss Coffee and Steel Wool by Pratt & Lambert”.
Plenty of storage is added with custom bookcases in the foyer.
Have a Seat
A settee offers a comfortable place for guests to sit.
The mirrors are by Charles Fradin. Settee is from Lee Industries.
The walls are painted “Dovefeather by Pratt & Lambert”.
The living room is bright and mixes tailored upholstered furniture with casual coastal decor. Notice the classic coastal color palette of white, navy and pale grays.
The upholstered furniture is by Lee Industries. The pendant is by Circa Lighting.
Artwork above mantel is by Elizabeth Huey.
Cozy reading nook with built-in window seat and comfortable white tufted chair paired with a collection of vintage stools placed atop navy blue striped rug.
Paint Color: “Pratt and Lambert Designer White”.
The rug is a “Coastal Living dhurrie by Jaipur Rugs”.
This coastal kitchen features light grey cabinets painted “Pratt & Lambert Marble Vein” paired with white quartz countertops and white glazed brick tile backsplash with dark grout. A built-in china cabinet with glass doors stands beside a classic farmhouse dual sink. Backsplash is by Ann Sacks.
The gorgeous kitchen island is topped durable white Caesarstone countertops.
Kitchen Lighting Pendants are the “Henry Industrial Hanging Lights” by Circa Lighting. The chrome fixtures by Moen. The upholstered barstools are by Lee Industries.
The vaulted ceiling is 14 feet at its highest point.
Flooring is by DuChâteau Floors.
Kitchen Island Paint Color
“Pratt & Lambert Symphony Blue”.
Perimeter Cabinets & Kitchen Desk Paint Color
“Pratt & Lambert Marble Vein”.
This dining room is just how I love… comfortable, causal and pretty! The entire space feels tailored while respecting the house’s coastal feel.
The dining table is by The Old Wood Co. and the linear pendant lighting is the “Darlana Linear Pendant” from Circa Lighting.
Who wouldn’t love to have a home office like this one?! The bookcases are crafted of white oak and the wallpaper, with a subtle geometric pattern lend the office a relaxed refinement. The woodwork also complements the French oak flooring.
The trim is painted “Designer White by Pratt & Lambert”. The chair is from Lee Industries, and the desk is from the Coastal Living collection by Stanley Furniture. The sailcloth tote is by Sea Bags.
This bright stairwell is painted “Designer White by Pratt & Lambert”. The sconce is from Circa Lighting.
Gingham Style Bedroom
In the oceanfront guest room, gingham becomes a bold design element when repeated on the window treatments and the walls .
The walls are painted “Makaha” and “Designer White” by Pratt & Lambert.
Drapery fabric by Kathryn M. Ireland.
The bed is by Lee Industries.
The built-in desk adds some extra storage and a quiet place to write.
This bathroom is small but it’s full of personality! I am loving the blue grasscloth wallpaper.
A custom built-in shelving in the master bedroom adds storage and architectural appeal.
With no room for reading lamps, the designer opted for a pair of Ralph Lauren polished nickel sconces.
The sheets and duvet are by Deborah Sharpe Linens and the the bed is by Lee Industries.
Classic elements are found in the master bathroom.
Cabinet paint color is “Pratt & Lambert Designer White”.
In the bathroom you will find a wainscoted bathtub accented with Moen fixtures with blue glass subway tiled backsplash. I am loving this serene look!
The interior designer created this to be a classic cottage bedroom.
The stunning spindle bed is by Reid Classics. Bedding by Pine Cone Hill.
Similar hanging rattan chair can be found at “Serena & Lily”.
Similar rope knobs can be found at “Anthropology”.
What a fun and colorful basement! I am sure no one feels bored in this space! Vintage coastal flags cover the wall in the basement adding color and a coastal feel.
Basement Kitchen Ideas
The room’s equally vibrant kitchenette—great for kids and crafts!—is furnished with a painted breakfast table, cherry red metal chairs, and a striped rug, all from Cost Plus World Market.
The refrigerator is by Big Chill.
Basement Powder Room
A touch of turquoise is added to this bathroom. The patterned cement tiles in the powder room stand up well to beach house traffic.
I am loving the transitional color palette of this room.
Paint Color: “Pratt & Lambert 2297 Windham”. The upholstered furniture is by Lee Industries.
The games room features vaulted ceiling with skylight and a “Moravian Star Pendant”.
The Foosball table is from Wayfair. The skylight is from Velux.
In the basement bedroom, a smart bunk system fits two queen beds and two full beds—the bottom two face out, and the top two are positioned perpendicular to them.
A sun deck offers an inviting space to entertain and enjoy a warm day.
The cellular PVC decking from AZEK makes the terrace virtually maintenance-free. “We used only materials that are weather-, mold-, and termite-resistant,” says builder Mark Blore.
The furniture is by Frontgate. The fabrics are by Sunbrella. The windows are by Marvin.
Fire pit is the “The Infinite Artisan Fire Bowl” by Eldorado Stone.
Overlooking an expansive park and dog beach, the second-floor porch is furnished with weather-resistant furniture by Frontgate upholstered in Sunbrella fabrics. On cold evenings, the space can be closed off to the elements thanks to a motorized, retractable shade system, also with Sunbrella fabric. Clear vinyl windows preserve the view when the shades are down.
Entertaining in Style
The quintessential form of the “Frontgate’s Director’s Chair” is impracticable and fun and you can’t help but fall in love with this table setting.
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Isn’t this beach house just perfect? I love the color palette, and timeless yet fresh approach of this place! I hope you had a great time seeing it!
Today I am staying home with the kids because they are having another snow day due the huge snow storm we got last night. This winter is being really bad for snow storms this year and I woke up today thinking of how wonderful would it be to get in a plane and get out of here… don’t get me wrong, I love the East Coast but my heart is still in Vancouver…
How about you? Do you live where your heart is?
Luciane at HomeBunch.com