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Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
mostly between 1880 and 1900. At the time its primary patrons were wealthier individuals who hired prominent architects to design large, rambling, coastal homes in fashionable Eastern summer enclaves. Less formal interiors were designed with more open floor plans, departing from preceding Victorian themes
North Shore Kitchen
I have the same shades, ordered them at Calico Home
@jenjend My soon to be mother in law loves these and I have been looking everywhere. she actually lives by a Calico Home store, do you remember what the fabric was called you used and about how much the price
Similarly, a contemporary vibe floats through this Edwardian-inspired breakfast nook of this coastal home. The shades add detail but keep things light and white.
Liz Williams Interiors
can score one for around $150.See the rest of this coastal home
Bring in some exotic style. This wood bench adds Chinoiserie style to this coastal bedroom.
Interior Designer Liz Wiliams transformed a condo on Amelia Island into a relaxing coastal retreat.
the first person to clue me in on the provenance of these primitive baskets. One adds texture and depth over a headboard here.See the rest of this coastal home
White Living Room
A crisp, white linen on a plain, wooden frame is such a gorgeous usage of the bergère. The light and airy feel is beautiful in a coastal home or a casual sunroom.
Jeff Sheats Designs, Inc
Nantucket-Inspired Remodel and Furnish
Although this bath would feel on point in a coastal home, swapping out the artwork would push it in a more traditional direction. The copper sink picks up the warm undertones in the blue cabinet finish and represents a subtle take on the classic pairing of orange and blue.
Rear balcony and beachy look for coastal home
Sub-tropical architecture suitable to Queenslander style homes
tropical like coastal vernacular
Love this coastal home
our Siesta Key home
Romantic-era houses into Victorian themes. Common characteristics include many gabled roofs, exposed rafter tails and shingle siding, all still popular on homes built today. Note the flared eaves and stickwork, the applied boards in the gable end in this example, which are trademark details. Also unique to
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town Planners
Private Residence 3
insects. So make sure the sleeping porches of your Florida coastal home are screened to keep the bugs away.
From flies to mosquitoes to no-see-ums, Florida has its fair share and then some of insects. So make sure the sleeping porches of your Florida coastal home are screened to keep the bugs away.Ranch-house renovation: Follow a Florida remodel from start to finish