This 1920’s bungalow home, located in the heart of downtown Carmel, California went through a small renovation that lead to a complete home makeover. New driftwood oak floors, board and batten walls, Ann Sacks tile, modern finishes, and an overall neutral palette creates a perfect combination of urban with coastal inspired interiors.
As you will see, small homes sometimes feel more welcoming and homely than big ones. And, perhaps, limited square-footage might be just what we need to get smarter with our interiors. Take a look at these great ideas!
Urban Home with Coastal Interiors
This small, but charming entryway is very warm and inviting. Beautiful hues are found throughout the entire home.
Neutral Living Room
Living spaces should always have comfortable furniture.
This living room has a very calming approach.
Although this is certainly a coastal inspired space, the designer was a little unpredictable with the rug.
Note the great usage of built-ins.
This is an easy home decor idea. Love that!
Looking for an unique home decor idea? How about cotton balls? They’re selling these at craft stores now.
Board and Batten
I love interiors with board and batten walls. Aren’t they super charming?
Open Shelves kitchen
Can a kitchen get any cuter than this? I love the lattice rug and open shelves.
This kitchen opens to the living room. Backsplash is by Ann Sacks tile.
Similar island paint color: “Sherwin Williams Universal Khaki, SW 6150”.
Great design and color palette.
I love how casual this dining room feels. The white bamboo dining chairs are from Pottery Barn.
The table is from Amish Craftsman in Houston, Texas.
The wall paint color is Sherwin Williams “Accessible Beige SW 7036” & the all trim and ceilings are Sherwin Williams “Alabaster SW 7008”.
Windows Paint Color: Windows and doors are “Sherwin Williams Well-Bred Brown SW 7027”.
I am loving this casual coastal look! It’s not too complicate.
Similar coral can be found at Dovecote in Westport Ct.
No matter how small a powder room is, you can always make it look great! Start with an interesting wall treatment, a fabulous mirror and architectural sconces.
Mirror is “Ogden Blue by Uttermost Company” and walls are covered in grass cloth wallpaper.
The flooring here is seagrass carpeting.
The soft blue paint color in the master bedroom is “Rainwashed, Sherwin-Williams“.
According to the designer, paints were kept fairly neutral to represent the sand outside.
I am really loving the neutral color palette of this house. You don’t get tired of it!
The wall paint color is Sherwin Williams: Accessible Beige (SW 7036) & the bead-board and trim is Sherwin Williams: Alabaster (SW 7008).
Sconces are “Fabric Wall Sconce by George Kovacs”.
The mix of satin nickel and oil-rubbed bronze makes the space more interesting, and the dark wicker mirror helps tie in the darker colors found in the rest of the home.
I love natural elements in a room, and the texture and material of this rattan headboard are so pretty and would help keep the room feeling grounded.
Calming hues are repeated here.
The second guest bedroom is elegant yet casual.
Interiors by Regan Baker Design.
Photography by Wonderkamera.
Hello, my friends! How are you doing? I missed my Monday’s post because I was working on a project and honestly speaking, I didn’t have time to sit and write it during the weekend. It was busy around here but I am so happy with how the design turned out. Now, we just have to design her kitchen/breakfast nook and entryway and I am feeling very inspired for that!
Other than working, I didn’t do much… I actually didn’t feel good a couple of days ago (low blood pressure/dizziness) but I am feeling great now. I think I need to sleep more… isn’t that the best “medicine” for our body? I feel much happier and full of energy when I have plenty of sleep. I will try to do that tonight! 🙂
Thank you guys for stopping by. It’s always a “gift” having you here.
Have a healthy and safe week!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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