14,701 Sand Home Design Photos

Lisa Teague Design Studios
14 Reviews
Small Coastal Home
table legs are the ideal place to use it, because they require only a small amount of paint. Tape off the edges of your tabletop or ottoman cushion, and sand, clean and prime the table legs before giving them two coats of color.
“Love the old window over couch!” — laurenrn
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
dining room
master the skill. Look for opportunities to practice, like in a garage, before you try your skills on the living room.Have fun, wear a mask when you sand, and rock on!More: The Power of Plywood
“Painting” — Leyla Gayes
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Custom playset
The play garden. Juggling play space and garden design can be a challenge. You're often left with a swingset in the middle of your lawn and a sand pit where your conversation pit once stood. Instead of putting play structures in a safe spot and hoping for the best, incorporate them into the entire design
“spaced vertical” — serr
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
floors were not planed to the same thickness or straight edged — they were hard to put in, but the results were worth it," he says. They were then palm sanded, treated with a lime wash and waxed. "You can still see the original saw marks in the floors; we didn't want to erase the fact that they were 150 years
“Kitchen” — mmrd
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
The front of the home combines straight, modern lines with geometric shapes and contrasting colors that reflect the nearby sea and sand. The house sits on the side of a hill, providing an almost unobstructed view of the Pacific Coast Highway and the ocean beyond. Numerous windows welcome abundant sunlight
“Color & trim” — mcinmpls
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Classic Living
and crafts, is there a space in your home where your kids are free to get a little (or a lot) messy? Messy activities such as painting, play dough and sand and water play can be deeply engaging to children — but they can be hard to contain. Try creating a special zone where this is encouraged. If you don’t
“Great decor for a crafts and playroom” — Kaye Swain REALTOR®
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
beach, an outdoor shower is a welcome addition. The paving makes it easy to keep the area beneath it clean and mud free, and you'll certainly track less sand into the house.
“Outdoor shower” — esseje
Michael J. Lee Photography
Katie Rosenfeld Interiors
For a natural pairing, try various ocean colors with a sandy beige on the walls. My favorite sand color is Manchester Tan HC-168 by Benjamin Moore.Do you love ocean blue, too? Please share your favorite version in the Comments!
“Color” — leeleebee73
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