With impeccable transitional coastal interiors by Nina Liddle Design, and located in Sconset, a small village in Nantucket, this beach cottage is all about color, pattern and nautical decor.
The cottage exudes sun-filled spaces with white walls that serve as a canvas for all the colors that beautifully come from slipcovered and upholstered furniture, decorative pillows and accessories.
A modern, transitional white kitchen brings this beach cottage to the next level, leaving nothing to wish for, except the desire to spend the entire summer or an entire life in this dreamy place.
Take the day to imagine yourself in this bright and airy cottage. I know the colors found here will make your day a tiny bit happier!
Beach Cottage with Transitional Coastal Interiors
With a hint of color, this stunning foyer features shiplap walls, a wraparound staircase with a sisal stair runner beside an orange Oomph Fenwick Console Table. A pair of raffia wrapped poufs were placed under the console while a rectangular raffia mirror is placed above it.
Open Concept Living Room
This open concept living room is painted in Benjamin Moore Horizon.
The living room also features blue armchairs with white piping and decorative pillows and a accordion side table.
This stunning open concept dining and living room exudes beauty with a walnut dining table lined with William Sonoma Farallon Armchairs below The Muriel Chandelier by Oly Studio. Timeless choices with a hint of “unexpected”. Love that!
This living room continues to surprise with a custom built-in display cabinet placed just before entering the kitchen area. Notice the large seaweed art print against the dark glossy navy blue backdrop, lit by a library wall sconce. The shelves display stacked books, corals and seashells.
Isn’t this an amazing kitchen? This coastal U-shaped kitchen features white cabinetry accented with brushed nickel hardware and white quartzite countertops. The backsplash are classic white subway tiles. The kitchen also features a stainless steel range below a white paneled stove hood accented with corbels. A farmhouse sink stands below three sash windows.
The long kitchen island is lined with LEM Piston Barstools illuminated by a pair of lacquered navy lantern pendants. The designer used the Oomph Palo Alto Lantern in this kitchen.
Kitchen Paint Color
The wall paint color is Horizon by Benjamin Moore. This paint color works beautifully with the white cabinets.
This entire space makes me smile! I love the colors found here. The breakfast nook features a custom banquette with storage and colorful fabric choices.
The dining table is the Saarinen Tulip Table from Room and Board.
Navy & Green
The kitchen nook paint color is also Benjamin Moore Horizon.
This fun, coastal mud room offers built-in lockers featuring a built-in storage bench with overhead cubbies alongside wood planked walls and ivory floors, layered with a gray rag rug. A closet laundry room is on the right.
The vintage surfboard is from a store in California called Surfing Cowboys.
The wallpaper in this turquoise powder room is the Chain Link 5641 in Aqua on Ivory Manila Hemp by Phillip Jeffries. Isn’t it beautiful?
Oh, I love this one! Lighting is the Ro Sham Beaux Malibu Turquoise Chandelier. It costs around $688.00 – $1,242.00, depending on the size (12″W x 12″D x 15″H” OR 18″W x 18″D x 28″H” ).
Timeless pedestal sink by Kallista.
It’s summer year-round in this master bedroom! The master bedroom features a white Greek Key mirror reflecting a beaded chandelier hung over a peacock blue, nailhead trimmed headboard. White nightstands topped with Robert Abbey Triple Gourd Lamps in Peacock add an airy feel to the space.
Ro Sham Beaux Frankie Malibu Clear Chandelier. Price? $3,220.00 – $3,680.00. It’s definitely the “jewelry” of this room.
Pick Your Colors
I love the teal accessories mixed with green and turquoise in this bedroom. This is a very fresh color scheme.
Coastal Blue and Green Bedroom
The wall color is once again Benjamin Moore Horizon – a very soothing gray.
Who wouldn’t love to have this bathroom? This bathroom features an extra long, white dual sink vanity with lower shelf filled with baskets and drawers accented with nickel pulls alongside a white marble counter and shallow backsplash with a pair of Jonathan Adler White Rococo Mirrors. A large walk-in shower stands at the far end of the space tucked below the dormer ceiling with a seamless glass door and a linear marble mosaic, surround with marble tiled shower floors and ceiling, accented with a rainfall shower head. A freestanding tub situated below a plantation windows finishes the space, framed by shiplap clad half walls over rectangular marble tiled floors.
Stunning polished white marble countertop with polished nickel bathroom faucet. A simple coral brings a coastal feel to this space.
Extra storage and texture can easily be added with baskets under the vanity.
Guest Bedroom Paint Color
The paint color in this bedroom is Benjamin Moore Sail Cloth. This is a great neutral paint color.
Vanity Paint Color
The vanity paint color is Sherwin Williams Knockout Orange.
The sconces are the Jonathan Adler Parker Pendant Wall Sconces.
Orange & Turquoise Guest Bedroom
This guest bedroom features tongue and groove cathedral ceilings adorned with a geometric lantern pendant hung over an orange ikat headboard. The bed is flanked by a pair of white nightstands topped with mercury glass lamps and a beautiful braided jute rug.
Stunning Arteriors Home Tennyson Turquoise Linen Stools.
This geometric white lantern is a show-stopper!
Blue & White Coastal Bedroom
This nautical bedroom looks amazing with channel groove boards accent wall and framed sailboat blueprints.
The lamps are the Pottery Barn Rope Knot Table Lamps and mirror is the Serena and Lily Montara Mirror.
Blue and white decor is always beautiful, soothing and classic.
Doesn’t it this place makes you feel happier? I love the stunning colors brought to this light, airy home. It certainly makes it feel more alive.
Talking about happiness, I hope you’re feeling happy today, but if not, put everything that is bothering you aside. Maybe you’re forgetting to look at the good things in life and is putting too much of your energy and health towards the bad stuff.
When was it the last time you said “That’s it! I will think about myself right now”? We tend to always focus on people, on how they’re feeling, on how they’re doing or on how things are going and we rarely stop to thing about HOW WE ARE.
Take this day to look at yourself. Look in the mirror and only say what you love about yourself. Do not allow any criticism to come to your mind. Say all the things you can remember that you have accomplished in life. Try to remember all the details, from childhood, to your teenager years to this day.
Look at yourself and think about all the good things you have done to others. Even the small gestures count.
Now, look at yourself and say what a good person you are and that you are loved. Tell yourself that you understand that life has not always been fair but that you will always be here, you will always be present and you will always be alert.
Tell yourself that no matter what, you will always love yourself.
Also, remember to tell yourself that you’re walking on the right path at this moment. You’re taking the directions you need, you’re making the necessary changes and you’re paying attention. You are growing and you’re open to learn.
And most of all, tell yourself that no matter where this path takes you, you will always be loved.
Take today to remind yourself of how important you really are.
I know you can do that because I know you believe in that.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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