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Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Blue Seas
Ideabooks1,629
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A 1930's house, extended and updated to form a wonderful marine home with a stylish beach style interior. Entrance with double doors in solid wood with portholes, tile floor with driftwood framed mirror. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle. www.colincadle.com
The porthole windows shown here were a perfect addition to this beautifully remodeled 1930s beach house; they invite the morning sun
Then they moved into homes and stuck around, becoming wonderful additions to beach houses, lakeside cottages and other homes.The porthole windows shown here were a perfect addition to this beautifully remodeled 1930s beach house; they invite the morning sun in to brighten the sleek and comfy entryway.
“like the front door and entrance way” — Lisa Wall
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,328
Questions3
Where did you get the large house numbers?
welcoming bench on the verandah, house numbers
wavy textured wall panels in beach house
Wavy 3D wall panels add a contemporary beachy touch.
with extra-large (8" plus) house numbers works for me. High contrast with dark numbers too.
Love this entry with supersized house number....very cute!!
saw this on a house in Bloor West and it looked cool
detail. Batson cut out the house numbers with a plasma cutter, and “they were so cool, I just couldn’t throw them away,” he says. The cutout numbers became the house numbers next to the pivoting front door and pick up on its rusted-steel finish. Wavy 3D wall panels add a contemporary beachy touch. Textured
7. Supersized. If you have a single or double-digit address, smaller house numbers can get lost on the facade. Make short addresses stand out by going with extra-large (8-inch-plus) house numbers. Choose high contrast for the best visibility, such as dark numbers on a light facade.
“White stone” — kylemcclintock85
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Ideabooks1,314
Questions5
Tracey Rapisardi Design, 2008 Coastal Living Idea House Entry
Looking for a place to hang stuff in our new house.
Love the beach theme...if I lived on the coast.
little stools and whale hooks. beach life.
beach accessories area
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Towels guest house...Beach swimsuit rack...design idea...The beach vibe...Beach cottage...beach cottage...beach decor...beach home
“Whale hook for guest bath with blue walls and white shower curtain and towels” — dawnsdayoff
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Lane Builders LLC
1 Review
Pièce de résistance - Bethany Beach, Delaware
Ideabooks12,668
Questions3
Pièce de résistance - Bethany Beach, Delaware
THIS IS MY MUDROOM AT MY BEACH HOUSE
Great mud room, looks like a beach house.
or something like this for flip flops, hats, beach baskets etc... as you walk in from the beach
Beach style entrance
Beach level storage...beach chair...beach house
“Storage” — nia66
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,644
Questions1
clean design and pop of color
Modern Style Decorating Styles How to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look It's not all stark design and clean lines. Scandinavian decorating is surprisingly warm
6. A fireplace. No Swedish home is complete without a fireplace or a stove. eclectic dining room Lake House in The Berkshires Add to ideabook Natural wood is ever present in modern Scandinavian design. Even upholstered furniture keeps its wooden bones exposed. And wood always looks great with bright white
Warmth comes from wood and area rugs, and shoes are never worn inside the house. 2. Light, light and more light. We stayed in a house with 20 hours of daylight and not a single window treatment. There is no such thing as too much light. 3. White walls. Bright white is the color of choice in Scandinavia
“Scandi 1” — Andrew Poh
Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
6 Reviews
Amy Trowman Sullivans Beach House No. 3
Ideabooks2,767
Questions4
Amy Trowman Sullivans Beach House No. 3
I love so many things about this house. Is there anyway to see more of
Love this design for a side door and back of the house redesign
Rent a house cleaning service, rent a cool car…..
housecleaning service. Give yourself the gift of coming home to a fresh, clean house without lifting a finger. Consider having a housecleaner come at the start of your staycation (so you can enjoy the week in a clean house) and at the end (so you don’t have to face cleaning before returning to work).
“Entrance” — xcrleightx
Viscusi Elson Interior Design - Gina Viscusi Elson
Breakers Beach House
Ideabooks4,536
Questions7
Viscusi Elson Interior Design - Gina Viscusi Elson
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Kitchen and Bath Design
Library and Study Design
It says "at breakers beach, gas and light reasonable"
mudroom at bottom of steps, room for beach bags, hanging towels, etc. Add a half bath?
for beach condo entry
Love the colors... Contemporary
Typography works best when it fits the style of the space. This beach sign fits this beachy space perfectly.
Breakers Beach House
Beach house...Beach theme
“Baskets” — middy1
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Beach Bay Point
Ideabooks635
Questions0
paths leading to the beaches at each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches
ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views
paths leading to the beaches at each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches
“absolutely fantastic detail!!” — katok55
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