6,556 tiny space Beach Style Home Design Photos

JFF Design Architects
4 Reviews
Master Shower
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addition that has a great amount of detail and functionality while adding just the right amount of space for everyone in the family. As this is a vacation home located by the ocean; we wanted to create enough space for entertaining and the flow of the living areas was an important consideration. The entertainment
glory. We outfitted the master with a second floor balcony space to the southwest that serves perfectly for morning coffee or evening cocktails. This home exemplifies how we approach our designs. We did not simply want to add large spaces for the sake of additional living area. We wanted to provide
“Affordable” — acasano
JRP Design & Remodel
16 Reviews
Master Bath with Amazing View
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Welcoming relaxing master bathroom. This bathroom was created to maximize space and enjoy the amazing view. New Pella windows where installed through out to allow the natural light to flood the space. A custom storage bench seamlessly connects the intergraded dresser to the bathroom vanity. The vanity
whose shades of grays creams and blues are repeated throughout the space. All wood finishes are Alder wood with a Bistro finish. The heated floors are covered in a 12"x24" Perla Davos tiles set on the diagonal to create a wider space.
“cabinet towel holder wall shelf” — docshipwife
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
43 Reviews
Casual Luxe Beach House
Ideabooks5,555
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Think denim blue, Coca-Cola red, golden yellow and faded turquoise (especially nice if your space has a Western vibe).
Salvaged wood. Perhaps it's the tree-house-like feel that makes this space reminiscent of childhood summers. Salvaged wood nailed to a wall is a fun way to change the feel of a room. Try it on a small, windowless wall to make
best, however, when they feel traditional and familiar. Think denim blue, Coca-Cola red, golden yellow and faded turquoise (especially nice if your space has a Western vibe).
“Wood accent wall” — Dru Hayes
Dana Nichols
Entryway
Ideabooks1,269
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width of hall light and space
great use of space. Succulents and hens n chicks are so easy The more you ignore them the better they do and come in such fun sizes and shapes for creative artwork.
turned terrariums serve the same purpose in other parts of the house. "Art seemed too expected," Alter says. "So many people would just waste this space."Succulent arrangement: The Ivy Guild, Inc
“Fun living wall!” — Caron White
JFF Design Architects
4 Reviews
Open Kitchen
Ideabooks25
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addition that has a great amount of detail and functionality while adding just the right amount of space for everyone in the family. As this is a vacation home located by the ocean; we wanted to create enough space for entertaining and the flow of the living areas was an important consideration. The entertainment
glory. We outfitted the master with a second floor balcony space to the southwest that serves perfectly for morning coffee or evening cocktails. This home exemplifies how we approach our designs. We did not simply want to add large spaces for the sake of additional living area. We wanted to provide
“Island” — Mj Graham
Tara Seawright
Library
Ideabooks1,370
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cozy space for tv and reading
Great space for large teenage room
DIVIDER OF THE SPACE
Bro doug space
“color scheme” — Kelsey Rakers
JFF Design Architects
4 Reviews
Sun Porch
Ideabooks21
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addition that has a great amount of detail and functionality while adding just the right amount of space for everyone in the family. As this is a vacation home located by the ocean; we wanted to create enough space for entertaining and the flow of the living areas was an important consideration. The entertainment
glory. We outfitted the master with a second floor balcony space to the southwest that serves perfectly for morning coffee or evening cocktails. This home exemplifies how we approach our designs. We did not simply want to add large spaces for the sake of additional living area. We wanted to provide
“Lighting” — Teresa Kearns
JFF Design Architects
4 Reviews
Stairway
Ideabooks7
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addition that has a great amount of detail and functionality while adding just the right amount of space for everyone in the family. As this is a vacation home located by the ocean; we wanted to create enough space for entertaining and the flow of the living areas was an important consideration. The entertainment
glory. We outfitted the master with a second floor balcony space to the southwest that serves perfectly for morning coffee or evening cocktails. This home exemplifies how we approach our designs. We did not simply want to add large spaces for the sake of additional living area. We wanted to provide
“Accent wainscot at bottom of stairs” — Teresa Kearns
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