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Coastal Living Room
Coastal Living Room
Inspiration for a large coastal formal open plan living room in Cornwall with brown walls, a two-sided fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, a built-in media unit, white floors and exposed beams.
St Agnes
St Agnes
Watershedd
This house extension attaches to the original stone cottage, spread over two floors. The new extension is wrapped in vertical black timber cladding to differentiate from the original cottage. Top down living is provided to maximise the views out to sea from the central living spaces.
Beach view
Beach view
Janna Dixon Photography
A stunning Coastal themed home in Holywell Bay Cornwall. With gorgeous sea views and indoor - outdoor flow and outdoor living.
Design ideas for a medium sized nautical kids' bedroom in Cornwall.
Coastal Family Residence
Coastal Family Residence
Woodford Architecture and Interiors
Photo of a medium sized coastal family bathroom in Devon with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, a freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, white tiles, white walls, medium hardwood flooring, a wall-mounted sink, solid surface worktops, brown floors, an open shower, white worktops, a single sink, a freestanding vanity unit, a timber clad ceiling and panelled walls.
Harrow London - Double Storey Extension
Harrow London - Double Storey Extension
Aflux Designs
Beach style kitchen in London with a belfast sink, flat-panel cabinets, green cabinets, white splashback, integrated appliances, light hardwood flooring, an island and white worktops.
Solihul Full Renovation
Solihul Full Renovation
Create Perfect
Medium sized nautical enclosed living room in West Midlands with blue walls, medium hardwood flooring, no fireplace, a freestanding tv and brown floors.
New England style mews house
New England style mews house
Honeycomb

Inspiration for a small coastal living room in London with white walls, no fireplace, a built-in media unit and turquoise floors.
Sea Edge
Sea Edge
3idog ltd.
Chill out space with wall hung woodturner.
This is an example of a large beach style open plan living room in Cornwall with white walls, light hardwood flooring, a hanging fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, a wall mounted tv, beige floors and a drop ceiling.
Feeling Blue
Feeling Blue
Idesign Interiors (SW) Ltd
This stunning traditional inframe painted kitchen in royal blue and gentle grey was designed for a family who were renovating their home. Originally a dark room at the back of the house the space was transformed by knocking through to create a bright kitchen diner perfect for preparing family meals and entertaining.
Island Cottage
Island Cottage
Paul Cashin Architects
Photography by Richard Chivers https://www.rchivers.co.uk/ Island Cottage is an existing dwelling constructed in 1830, in a conservation area at the southern limit of Sidlesham Quay village, West Sussex. The property was highlighted by the local authority as a key example of rural vernacular character for homes in the area, but is also sited in a major flood risk area. Such a precarious context therefore demanded a considered approach, however the original building had been extended over many years mostly with insensitive and cumbersome extensions and additions. Our clients purchased Island Cottage in 2015. They had a strong sense of belonging to the area, as both had childhood memories of visiting Pagham Harbour and were greatly drawn to live on the South Coast after many years working and living in London. We were keen to help them discover and create a home in which to dwell for many years to come. Our brief was to restore the cottage and reconcile it’s history of unsuitable extensions to the landscape of the nature reserve of Sidlesham and the bay of Pagham beyond. The original house could not be experienced amongst the labyrinthine rooms and corridors and it’s identity was lost to recent additions and refurbishments. Our first move was to establish the lines of the original cottage and draw a single route through the house. This is experienced as a simple door from the library at the formal end of the house, leading from north to south straight towards the rear garden on both floors. By reinstating the library and guest bedroom/bathroom spaces above we were able to distinguish the original cottage from the later additions. We were then challenged by the new owners to provide a calm and protective series of spaces that make links to the landscape of the coast. Internally the cottage takes the natural materials of the surrounding coastline, such as flint and timber, and uses these to dress walls and floors. Our proposals included making sense of the downstairs spaces by allowing a flowing movement between the rooms. Views through and across the house are opened up so to help navigate the maze like spaces. Each room is open on many sides whilst limiting the number of corridor spaces, and the use of split levels help to mark one space to the next. The first floor hosts three bedrooms, each of unique style and outlook. The main living space features a corner window, referencing an open book set into the wall at the height of a desk. Log burners, sliding doors, and uncovered historic materials are part of the main reception rooms. The roof is accessible with a steep stair and allows for informal gathering on a grass terrace which gains views far beyond the immediate gardens and neighbouring nature reserve. The external facades have been uplifted with larch cladding, new timber windows, and a series of timber loggias set into the gardens. Our landscaping strategy alleviates flood risk by providing a bung to the garden edge, whilst encouraging native species planting to take over the new timber structure that is directly connected to the house. This approach will help to plant the house in its surroundings, which is vital given the local connection to the Sidlesham Nature Reserve. Throughout the project the client sourced much of the interior finishes and fixtures directly from salvage yards and online second hand boutiques. The house is decorated with reclaimed materials referencing the worn and weary effect of time spent on the beach or at the sea side. Now complete, the house genuinely feels reconciled to its place, a haven for our clients, and an exemplary project for our future clients who wish to link their childhoods with their future homes.
Kitchen Island and Breakfast Nook
Kitchen Island and Breakfast Nook
Lauren Shadid Architecture and Interiors
Island color was custom. Countertops are Princess White Quartzite. Light fixtures over island are from Rejuvenation (exact type has been discontinued) Photos by Holly Lepere
Bird Rock
Bird Rock
CM Natural Designs
Inspiration for a medium sized coastal ensuite bathroom in San Francisco with shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, a freestanding bath, a corner shower, white tiles, ceramic tiles, white walls, marble flooring, a submerged sink, engineered stone worktops, grey floors, a hinged door, white worktops, a wall niche and double sinks.
Heathercliff
Heathercliff
Aker Interiors
Photo of a medium sized nautical shower room bathroom in Los Angeles with an alcove shower, a one-piece toilet, white tiles, ceramic tiles, white walls, ceramic flooring, a built-in sink, engineered stone worktops, black floors, a hinged door, white worktops, flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets.
Eclectic Mid-Century - Rancho Mirage
Eclectic Mid-Century - Rancho Mirage
Brittany Stiles Design
Built on Frank Sinatra’s estate, this custom home was designed to be a fun and relaxing weekend retreat for our clients who live full time in Orange County. As a second home and playing up the mid-century vibe ubiquitous in the desert, we departed from our clients’ more traditional style to create a modern and unique space with the feel of a boutique hotel. Classic mid-century materials were used for the architectural elements and hard surfaces of the home such as walnut flooring and cabinetry, terrazzo stone and straight set brick walls, while the furnishings are a more eclectic take on modern style. We paid homage to “Old Blue Eyes” by hanging a 6’ tall image of his mug shot in the entry.
Mattapoisett Landing
Mattapoisett Landing
Morr Interiors
Nat Rea Photography
Inspiration for a medium sized coastal formal enclosed living room in Boston with green walls, medium hardwood flooring, a stone fireplace surround, a standard fireplace and no tv.
Lake Home
Lake Home
Alair Homes Hickory
This home's renovation included a new kitchen. Some features are custom cabinetry, a new appliance package, a dry bar, and a custom built-in table and desk.
Portfolio
Portfolio
Ross Thiele & Son
Photo of a medium sized nautical shower room bathroom in San Diego with a submerged sink, blue cabinets, white tiles, multi-coloured walls, solid surface worktops, flat-panel cabinets and metro tiles.
California Casual
California Casual
Urbanology Designs
J.Turnbough Photography
Design ideas for a large beach style living room in Dallas with dark hardwood flooring, white walls, a standard fireplace, a wooden fireplace surround, a concealed tv, brown floors and feature lighting.
Newport Harbor Bayfront
Newport Harbor Bayfront
Eric Aust Architect
Photo of a medium sized beach style open plan kitchen in Orange County with a submerged sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, ceramic splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island and white worktops.
Watersound Beach New Construction
Watersound Beach New Construction
Darci Hether New York
Our clients know how to live. they have distinguished taste and they entrust us to customize a perfectly appointed home that allows them to enjoy life to the fullest. --- Our interior design service area is all of New York City including the Upper East Side and Upper West Side, as well as the Hamptons, Scarsdale, Mamaroneck, Rye, Rye City, Edgemont, Harrison, Bronxville, and Greenwich CT. --- For more about Darci Hether, click here: https://darcihether.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://darcihether.com/portfolio/watersound-beach-new-construction-with-gulf-and-lake-views/
United Kingdom
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