Dream Home: A Beach Inspired Beauty in Chicago

You don’t have to live at the beach to capture the airy freshness and laid-back vibe of coastal design. Today’s dream home shows how sea-inspired colors, rattan furniture, crisp whites, and warm woods translates to a home in the Chicago Suburbs. This home is so beautiful. You are going to love it!

Build and Design: Timber Trails Development Company
Photo: Stoffer Photography Interiors



How inviting is this fresh living space? Hanging rattan chairs and white linen slipcovered sofas create a relaxed coastal vibe. Cement tiles and rustic woods add warmth and texture.



We love this kitchen with the soft use of color against a fresh white foundation. Open shelving across your window is a cool solution for adding storage shelves in a small kitchen without sacrificing an open airy vibe or natural light. See more of this kitchen trend in Kitchen Trend: Open Shelving in Front of Windows.

That soft color is Benjamin Moore James River Gray. We love how the white Serena and Lily Stools pop against it.



Wallpaper and woodwork add a touch of traditional design while an eclectic mix of chairs keeps the space feeling fresh.



Hallways are often neglected. Make yours feel intentional with pendant lighting and a built-in seating nook like this. So pretty.



Wood look tile and marble create an organic layered look in the master bathroom that is so fresh and pretty.

A bathroom is a great space for a soothing pop of color. Coastal blue and rustic wood keeps up the beach-inspired theme without being obvious. Pretty paint color is Benjamin Moore Charlotte Slate. Mixed bathroom metals creates a collected look that feels modern. See more of this bathroom trend in this post.


We love sharing others inspiring work. Thanks for Timber Trails for tagging us in your photos! #beckiowensfeature To see more of their beautiful work, browse here. For more dream homes, check out our Dream Home Series.

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