Today I am excited to share some incredible kitchens with you from Alex and Cynthia Rice of Old Seagrove Homes. Much of their work is done in the beach towns of Florida’s Gulf Coast. We’ve shared our love for the charming beach towns along Highway 30A and the amazing Southern Coastal style of the homes in the area. Old Seagrove Homes designs some of our favorites. The duo describe their work as polished traditional with a relaxed coastal vibe. I love their use of natural unstained woods, beautiful tiles, and simple timeless lighting. Take a peek at these beautiful fresh coastal kitchens and see the details we are loving.
Seagrove Beach House
Every detail in this kitchen is insane. We are especially loving how the Eveningstar Marble Tile from the Tile Bar adds character and makes a beautiful statement.
Hickory Street Cottage
In this fresh white space, the dark navy island adds depth and looks beautiful with the brass lantern pendants and cabinet hardware. Although backsplash tile is only used right behind the range, the rich marble adds an interesting pattern and texture to the space. I also love the ease of slipcovered barstools in a family home.
Segrove Village Drive
This is a favorite. We shared this kitchen in 7 Beautiful Trends in Open Shelving and Beautiful White Marble Alternatives. The unstained cypress wood adds rustic warmth while Bianco Macaubus Quartzite counters and simple lantern lighting ensures a modern freshness.
Burnt Pine Cove
Besides the wall of mosaic carrera marble, it is the natural cypress cabinetry that gets me in this light-filled kitchen. It is a gorgeous rich wood but I like how they kept it feeling fresh by styling it with white coral and dishes and pairing it with gold hardware and pendants. Beautiful!
Hints of Morocco bring a unique perspective to this kitchen. The pendant light is a favorite of mine; you might recognize it from my Las Palmas Master Bathroom. The rich wood paneling on the ceiling creates a rich coziness but light cabinetry and floors keep the space feeling airy and bright.
Live Oak Street
I love the classic elements in this timeless kitchen. A wall of white subway tile, white cabinetry, oak hardwood floors, marble counters, and wishbone chairs.
Thank you to Old Seagrove Homes for their inspiring work. To see more, check out their entire portfolio here.
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