Although the best time of the year is approaching (aka Christmas!!!), this 1920’s colorful and happy coastal cottage designed by Cortney Bishop Design (previously featured here), will make you miss summer.
Here, the designer shares more details about this project: “When our client found the property, it was the quintessential Sullivan’s Island cottage with vertical beadboard walls and original heart-pine floors. Those original bones were too good to pass up, but we knew we could modernize the space and deliver a new bungalow with a more retro, surfer vibe. The interior configuration definitely need some work and to maximize the size for a family of five, we started with taking down the wall between the kitchen and living room. We replaced it with a peninsula island and custom, built-in banquette, creating a seamless living space. We also raised the 8′ ceilings – taking them up to 10′ at the peak which gave us an opportunity for an overhead loft space. Instantly, the room felt larger and more airy.”
There’s so much to love in this cottage, which includes this turquoise Big Chill range. Cabinets are Farrow and Ball Wevet.
Backsplash – 3×6 Bright White Subway Tile.
Hardware: Alno Retro Chrome Pulls.
Kettle: Le Creuset.
Countertop is Vetrazzo Bretagne Blue.
Kitchen Faucet: Waterstone.
Custom banquette in Kelly Wearstler Edo Linen Teal fabric.
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The pantry cabinets are painted in “Farrow and Ball Hague Blue.”
Countertop is Bianco Avion Honed Marble.
Hardware: Alno Chrome Knobs.
Lighting: Schoolhouse Electric Otis” 6 Ceiling Fixture.
Refrigerator: Big Chill – similar here.
Cottage Details: This cottage has three bedrooms, plus a sleeping loft, two baths, all in 1500 SF.
Pillows: Leah Singh Zimbabwe West Spring Pillow & Custom Pillows made in Lulu DK Apple Martini Fabric.
Accent Chair: Hickory Chair arm chair (Available through the designer).
Floor Lamp: Schoolhouse Electric Mulberry Floor Lamp.
Photo: Amanda Greeley Framed Photography.
The master bedroom feels peaceful without being boring. Wall and ceiling paint color is Farrow and Ball Wevet.
Flooring: Original hardwood floors – restored, also painted Farrow & Ball Wevet.
Drapery: Custom made drapery with Zak & Fox Kaze West fabric.
Framed Photography by Amanda Greeley.
Throw – Knit Throw.
Ceiling Fan: Minka Aire Wave Fan.
Table Lamps: Visual Comfort Gannet Table Lamp in Blue Lagoon.
Nightstands: Chelsea Textiles Chest with Three Drawers and Wicker Handles (Available through the designer).
Dresser: Bobo Intriguing Objects White Lacquered Dresser (Available through the designer) – similar here.
Lamp: Vintage Lamp in Zak + Fox fabric custom shade.
Cabinet paint color is “Farrow and Ball Green Blue”.
Floor Tile: 8×8 Tagina – Etoile Pattern Noir Blanc – similar here.
Countertop – Bianco Avion Honed Marble.
Hardware: Alno Retro Chrome Pulls.
Mirror: here – similar.
This guest bedroom has a happy Mid-century vibe. Wall paint color is Farrow and Ball Wevet.
Dresser: Vintage find at High Point Market.
Dresser: West Elm Mid- Century 6 Drawer Dresser.
Mirror: Vintage – similar here.
This house is an island getaway where the family can escape work and school and soak up all that beach life offers. The vibe is easy breeziness, through and through.
Outdoor Furniture: Kingsley Bate Ipanema Lounge Chairs, Lulu DK Ocean-Turquoise and Ivy-Seafoam Fabrics on cushions.
Shutters and Ceiling Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Rainwashed.
Porch Flooring Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Light French Grey.
Ceiling Fan: Minka Aire Java Outdoor Fans.
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