Over the years I’ve shared a lot of my work + favorite design sources, trends, and tips. For those of you who are new to the blog, I don’t want you to miss out. We are starting a new series, Oldie but Goodie, to highlight some of our favorite posts and projects.
Today we want to start with one of my first projects, the San Clemente Beach House. In both print and online, many of you were first introduced to my work through these images. Because of that, it is one of my favorites. It is a fresh and pretty classic coastal design. Scroll to see a summary of the entire project below, but click through to the original posts on each space for more images and details.
Photographer – Ashlee Raubach
Elegant and serene, the master bedroom uses hints of subtle color to reflect the cool neutral tones of the ocean. Read Fresh and Beachy Master Bedroom for more pics and for paint and design details.
Clean and Timeless, the master bathroom is a pretty combination of Calacatta marble and glass mosaic tile. See more in 7 Elements of a Timeless Bathroom.
In this more traditional home, we selected a classic French Cove cut for the edges of the marble countertops. Read 6 Choices for Marble Countertop Edge Details.
A long warm wood table and soft linen upholstered chairs overlook the back yard for a beautiful light-filled view.
The design of the neutral living space relies on pattern and texture instead of color. See more details in Classic Coastal Living Room.
Perfect for breakfast, business, or games, a little nook off the living room is partitioned off with beautiful patterned doors.
Reclaimed wood nightstands and bed have a natural beach vibe with a rustic masculine feel. See more images in Beachy Boys Room.
In Feminine and Vintage Guest Bedroom we share details of this richly layered space.
It is always fun to look back over old work. Thanks for taking another peek at the classic styling in this coastal home.