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A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
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look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.
Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading
8. Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too. How to use gravel
Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.
“Graviers” — Lucie Paget Guy
Glenn Layton Homes
4 Reviews
Front Doors
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Glenn Layton Homes, Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Glenn Layton HomesSaveEmail Taupe and lupine blue. A preppy take on the classic beach-inspired pairing of sand and blue.
Taupe and lupine blue with white trim. A preppy take on the classic beach-inspired pairing of sand and blue, this crisp shade of cornflower feels more New England nautical than Caribbean. Accessorize with classic white rockers or Adirondacks
preppy take on beach inspired house-- painting front door and not side panels of front door
Great colors for the beach. They incorporate the colors od beach sand and sky. Very natural.
Taupe and lupine blue. A preppy take on the classic beach-inspired pairing of sand and blue, this crisp shade of cornflower feels more New England nautical than Caribbean. Accessorize with classic white rockers or Adirondacks and Cape Cod–style lanterns.
“door” — shash87
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Model home bedroom
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The tropical mural, terrycloth bedspread and canopy style window decor give this beachside model home bedroom a feeling of a day at the beach.
It reminds me of the beach.
A day at the Beach everyday!!! I luv the Mural!!
favorite sports team or Hannah Montana, a giant photo can provide inspirational imagery your child will love.
This beach-inspired room is a lot more overt. The wallpaper mural actually tries to trick you into thinking you're beachside. It's a playful take on a colorful teen room.
feel of this beach-themed bedroom. The large wall-to-wall beach photo is such a powerful focal point. By simply adding a soft awning like this one you feel like you are on the outside of a cafe looking at the beach.
“mural” — melsmithlucky13
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Corine Maggio Natural Designs
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Bayard Street
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turquoise. Complete the look with natural materials and textures (think rope, raw wood, wicker, jute, bamboo and linen), along with nautical or beach-inspired patterns to enhance the room’s relaxed, coastal feel.
Create a beachy theme. There’s a reason yellow, in its many different shades, is often found in beach-style abodes. It is, after all, fresh, happy and welcoming — characteristics that every coastal retreat should have. To re-create this look at home
jute, bamboo and linen), along with nautical or beach-inspired patterns to enhance the room’s relaxed, coastal feel.More: So Your Style Is: Beach
Create a beachy theme. There’s a reason yellow, in its many different shades, is often found in beach-style abodes. It is, after all, fresh, happy and
“couleur et style” — valyly
Judy Cook Interiors, LLC
6 Reviews
Beach House Renovation
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1. Whitewashed wood and watery blue. Granite counters with cool, gray tones work well with beach-inspired hues like silvery blue, whitewashed wood and white sand. Try stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, blue-gray glass tiles and whitewashed
1. Whitewashed wood and watery blue. Granite counters with cool, gray tones work well with beach-inspired hues like silvery blue, whitewashed wood and white sand. Try stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, blue-gray glass tiles and whitewashed
and white granite benchtop; oversized ceramic tile splashbackMORESuper Splashbacks: Stylish Up-to-the-Minute Ideas for Your Next KitchenKitchen Inspiration: 11 Contemporary Kitchen Tile OptionsHow to Master the Art of Mix-and-Match Dining ChairsWhat’s Your Kitchen Decorating Style?WE’D LOVE TO HERE FROM
“Tile” — kclark95062
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
5 Reviews
Hinsdale Greek Revival
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Thank you! It was perfect for this surfer inspired room. The bedding is from Serena & Lily. Best, Julia and the BID Team
Surf inspired. Talk about big impact! A wall-size mural of a surfer in the curl of a wave has completely transformed this room. An organic-shaped light, a grass-green rug and striped bedding add to the beach-inspired, outdoorsy feel. Budget-friendly idea: 1. An
Surf inspired. Talk about big impact! A wall-size mural of a surfer in the curl of a wave has completely transformed this room. An organic-shaped light, a grass-green rug and striped bedding add to the beach-inspired, outdoorsy feel.Budget-friendly idea:An extra-large
“light” — jenniferm150
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Beth & Joe Gillespie
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make one of my beach pictures into a big canvas print.
I like the photo on the wall above the fireplace. I had a similar idea from when we were on the beautiful beach in Miami by our hotel.
laundry room. Windows overlooking the backyard flank a brick fireplace surround, creating symmetry and a flood of natural light. Beth painted the beach-inspired art over the fireplace. "There is something about turquoise that I just can't get enough of," she says. "It always makes me happy." Wall paint:
“Classy” — wayne112
Random House
Coastal Modern by Tim Clarke
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into a coastal-feel getaway with a seaside color palette, natural fibers and tropical materials. This space will become your beach-inspired home away from home.
Exotic inspiration. Part of native woods is looking at coastal style from around the world. Rich woods, tropical plants and ethnic prints collected together can make you feel like you're halfway around the world even when you're in your own backyard. Turn your porch, patio, deck, lanai or gazebo into
“Mahoghany at base of columns” — Studio 810 Design/Build
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