Since summer started I have featured many Florida vacation homes on the blog. Not only because the location is perfect for summer celebrations but also because Florida beach houses never looked so good! Take this home for example, the homeowners, a young family from Birmingham, were looking for a vacation home in Florida when this rare location came on the market. The homeowners knew this was a rare opportunity and immediately put an offer, even without seeing the house. All they knew was that this was the ideal location and the floor plan worked for them. With the help of TS Adams Studio Architects and Allyson Runnels from Laura Allyson Interiors, this would soon turn into the beach house they’ve always dreamed of.
Take a look at the beautiful interiors in this Seagrove Beach, Florida vacation home. You will find many inspiring ideas and sources. I hope you guys enjoy!
The shingle exterior brings a Nantucket feel to this Florida vacation home.
Front Door: San Juan provided all the exterior doors – the front door was a custom “splayed panel” that we designed for this particular house.
Exterior Paint Color: Singles: “Cabot Beachwood Gray”.
Trim Paint Color: “Benjamin Moore Hardwood Putty”.
Brick: “Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter”.
Singles, painted brick and garage door corbels add beauty to the exterior of this home.
Adding painted wood-paneled walls lend a casual elegance to the interiors of this home. All power outlets were placed on the baseboards for a discreet look.
The foyer lighting is a hand-blown, cascading glass bubble chandelier, the Muriel Chandelier by Oly Studio.
Stools are from Hickory Chair.
Carpet is from Stark and cowhide rug is from Oasis.
Bright Living Spaces
The foyer opens directly to a gorgeous white and blue beach-style living room.
Blue leather chairs are from Bernhardt Furniture.
Chic Coastal Interiors
The open main floor features coffered ceilings and tongue and groove walls.
The sofas are custom. The rug and driftwood table are from South of the Market.
Lamps are from Circa Lighting.
Cocktail table is from Noir Furniture.
Iron side tables are from Hickory Chair.
This home, undoubtedly, feels luxurious but also very comfort, which is perfect for a vacation home.
The living room features an ivory coffered ceiling with coffers painted in white and accented with a modern wooden ceiling fan.
Featuring coffered ceiling over white shaker cabinets, that go all the way up to the ceiling, and white marble countertops, this kitchen is truly a dream!
Paint Color is Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove.
The kitchen also features double islands and a French hood that stands over a swing arm pot filler and a stainless steel range. One island is designated as a prep station fitted with a sink and gooseneck faucet, while the second kitchen island is designated as the dining table fitted with a small prep sink and white and gray square back counter stools.
Sconce is Lowcountry Originals Single Wall Sconce – $400.00 each.
The kitchen features beautiful oval glass tile backsplash. The oval tile is from “Waterworks”.
The designer explains that she used outdoor fabric and leather on most of the upholstery because she wanted the interior to not only feel attractive but also to be very durable.
Countertops in kitchen are Calcutta marble.
I am loving this bright dining room with ivory draperies.
Chairs and banquette are from GL Custom Upholstery.
Lighting & Table
Local craftsmen created many of the beautiful pieces found in this beach house, including this table. The concrete table is from Gö Artisan Concrete Co. and it features concrete legs that resemble pleated fabric.
Lanterns are from Solaria Home.
Neutral & Natural
Leading to the second floor of the house, this space features white shiplap walls and a natural abalone seashell chandelier, the Lowcountry Originals Large Empire with Oysters Shells Chandelier – $7,000
Floors are white oak with custom stain and wax finish.
Built-in bookcases with wallpaper display a beautiful collection of white and blue corals.
This landing area features a cupola to bring more natural light and a second family room (on the left).
Bunk & Barn
A sliding barn door creates a sense of privacy to the bunk room.
This guest bedroom features unobstructed ocean views and the designer wanted to keep it calm and serene with ivory white fabrics and a soothing wallpaper.
Cowhide ottomans are from MacRae.
Bed linens are from “The Designers Workroom” in Dogwood fabric.
The master bathroom features white, black and gray hexagonal tiled floor. The hex floors are New Ravenna Pembroke Tiles.
Master bath also features a custom oyster shell and rock crystal chandelier. The natural oyster shell chandelier is a Lowcountry Originals Shell 2 Tier Chandelier – $2,800.00
Notice the stunning handmade Anya Larkin wallpaper.
What a dreamy master bedroom! The custom upholstery features fabrics from China Seas, Thibaut and Sunbrella.
Sisal rug is from Stark Carpet.
Floor lamps are from Arteriors.
When it comes to the master bedroom, the homeowner says that she loves the soft and not over accessorized feel. The sitting area is her favorite spot in the house… Well, how could you not feel this way with that 180 degree ocean view, right?!
Chandelier in the sitting area is from Oly.
This inspiring gray shingled beach house features a small rectangular pool and an expansive patio.
… and now you understand why the homeowners decided to buy this home even before seeing it personally. Location, location, location! 🙂
Architect: Tim Adams from T.S. Adams Studio.
Interior Designer: Allyson Runnels, Laura Allyson Interiors.
Photos by Colleen Duffley Photography.
Project Manager: Justin Bell.
Builder: Garrett Group.
Location: Seagrove Beach, Florida.
Isn’t seeing this beautiful and bright beach house a great way to start the week? And that’s exactly how I want our new week to be; bright, beautiful and full of New Blessings!
Thank you all for being here, for sharing this moment with me and for your loyalty. I honestly appreciate how much you do for me and for my blog. Thank you for always sharing what you see here on your social media channels, for telling your family members and friends about the blog, for helping me grow this space, but most importantly, thank you for choosing to spend your free time here. This is a Gift to me!
A big hug to each and every one of you!
We’ll talk again tomorrow, my friends!
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
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