Built by Martin Building Group, this home features coastal interiors inspired by the Californian easy-going lifestyle. Here, the builder shares some insights:
Sitting above the treetops, this is the first home of our Coastal Living Collection crafted right here in Northwest Arkansas. “Beach Tree” is a coastal transitional home featuring extended lines of sight, natural light, indoor-outdoor living, and design features such as driftwood floors and beams.
As Northwest Arkansas has matured in architecture and design, we are now designing & building a Coastal Living Collection in collaboration with Wendy Martin Living – a coastal traditional and transitional home more about light open transparent space with extended sight lines essential for indoor-outdoor coastal living.
Continue reading to know more details on this California-inspired home!
I can’t help but love a turquoise front door. Do you feel the same? The color used here is custom but similar to Benjamin Moore Peacock Feathers.
Foyer Lighting: Serena & Lily.
This is the view you get as soon you open the front door. This home feels impressive, due the stunning ceiling and open concept, but it still feels inviting.
Sectional: Pottery Barn.
The kitchen is bright and mostly white to create a light feeling and clean cooking space.
The White Oak accents throughout the kitchen, including the hood detail, is White Oak Rough Sawn stained in Minwax MW 401 Grey Elm.
Pot Filler: Brizo.
Surfboard Cutting Board: Custom – similar here.
Countertops are Lincoln Calacatta Quartz.
Counterstools are from Serena & Lily (Best seller!).
Kitchen Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Pure White.
“This coastal kitchen is far from ordinary… it features white marble with navy veins, blue accent tiles, and a sophisticated white backsplash. I love the look and feel of this room!” – Wendy Martin of Wendy Martin Living.
This tile backsplash livens up the kitchen & adds a subtle pop of blue color to the surrounding white cabinets and countertops.
Kitchen Sink: Kohler Whitehaven.
The floating shelves are White Oak in Minwax MW 401 Grey Elm – similar here.
The large kitchen island compliments the room, and the kitchen is flooded with natural light all day.
The Dining Room sits in the middle of an open floor plan between the Kitchen and Great Room with a custom surfboard fixture over the dining table to create the coastal feel and add a unique piece to the room.
Custom made fixture over Dining Table with Serena & Lily Pendants.
The “Sunroom” nook is the perfect spot for morning coffee, with views of the tree tops and windows on all sides. This room is an escape and a tranquil part of the home.
Side Table: here.
Rug: Serena & Lily.
“Coastal design is about indoor-outdoor living, extended lines of sight, tons of natural light, and design elements such as driftwood tones & pops of blue.” – Wendy Martin of Wendy Martin Living.
The paint for inside wall and trim is Sherwin Williams SW 7005 Pure White.
Hardwood Flooring: Out of California Sterling custom, White Oak – similar here.
Dining Room Rug: Serena & Lily.
Framed pennants add a custom coastal feel to this wall.
Framed Coastal Artwork: Bird + Belle.
The Great Room is accompanied by large sliding window doors and large windows on each side to fill the space with natural light and create a bright and open space with high ceilings.
The fireplace is accentuated with a chunky White Oak mantel, marble mosaic tile and shiplap paneling.
Fireplace Tile: MSI Bianco Dolomite – similar.
Rug: Serena & Lily.
Pillows: Serena & Lily.
Side Table: here – similar.
White Oak beams are stained in Minwax Grey Elm.
Coffee Table: Local store.
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Sliding patio doors from the Great Room, Sunroom and Master Bedroom lead to an expansive deck with metal railing.
Ceramic Stool: Pottery Barn.
What an inspiring outdoor area! I like the idea of using two pairs of outdoor chairs instead of sofas. What do you think? Also, notice the jute rug and the planters with hydrangeas… My favorite!
Outdoor Chairs: here – similar.
Outdoor Pillows: Pottery Barn.
Featuring a curbless shower and shiplap walls, this bathroom makes me smile! Isn’t it fun?! What a gorgeous tile!
Vanity: Custom White Oak stained in Minwax Grey Elm – similar here.
Floor Tile: here.
Mirror: Serena & Lily.
The Master Bedroom, featuring seagrass wallpaper from Serena & Lily, overlooks the treetops and outdoor living space. Along with the Great Room, this room has a truly indoor-outdoor living feel.
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The Master Bathroom is filled with natural light accompanied by bright whites and pops of turquoise and blues. The glass shower and free standing tub enlarge the space, and custom his & her sinks made of white oak give that coastal bathroom feel.
Chandelier: Bay Isle Home.
Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Pure White.
Stool: Serena & Lily.
The custom bathroom vanities feature side shelves in White Oak, stained in Minwax Grey Elm.
Pendants: Pottery Barn.
In this Bathroom, random sized marble pebble floor tiles (similar here) surround a freestanding tub while classic subway tiles are used on walls.
Bath Caddy: here.
Accent Tile: Ivy Hill Tile.
Wall Tile: Ivy Hill Tile.
Shower Pan Tile: TileBar – similar: here.
The Laundry Room also doubles as a workspace and mud room upon entry from one of two garages.
Cabinet Paint Color: Sherwin Williams SW 9150 Endless Sea & Sherwin Williams Pure White.
Pendant: Serena & Lily.
With unique blue tiles, a desk space, and custom built in cabinets and bins, this room does it all.
Counterstool: Serena & Lily.
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