White sand beaches, crystal blue water, a 6-bedroom house a short stroll from both...this Turks and Caicos estate is the stuff dreams are made of.
A clean kitchen free of clutter helps you keep everything in order before renovation.
A dolphin skeleton provides eccentric decor in Jaakkola's guest cottage living room.
Long stretches of quiet beach are just steps away from the yard and outdoor decks of this perfectly-situated Lake Tahoe home.
At under 1,000 square feet, a tiny, open concept beach bungalow features this white, bright, small, but functional, kitchen.
The house backs directly up to the beach, easily accessible over a private dock.
Classic and stylish, this beach house features a lovely green lawn and a line of shrubs and palm trees in the front. A spacious deck invites one to sit, relax and enjoy the fresh air.
As seen on Beach Flip, decorations include a bamboo headboard in the second floor guest bedroom at the renovated Coastal Calm condo.
Beach Flip contestants Martha and Alex installed new wood flooring, painted the second floor master bedroom with a refreshing light blue color and installed new curtains and a sliding barn door at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
Feel as though you're hovering above the waves on this home's beautiful deck that juts out over the beach of La Jolla, California.
Quote decor and a nod Beach Flip sit atop the console table behind the sofa.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Melissa and Madhi took the large blank wall next to the first floor kitchen and made it a feature wall with a large mural at the renovated Coastal Calm condo.
The staircase leading to the second level echoes the coastal design seen throughout the home, with white shiplap walls and a sisal stair runner.
This is the Little Italy of San Francisco, so the Leaning Tower of Pisa would fit right in.
We love this adorable beach cottage from SignaTours, an RV company in Tampa. The whole living space is roughly 195 square feet, and that cute little porch and awning are removable.
Relax in a space that matches the tropical island vibe of this spacious beach house.
To create floor-to-ceiling curtains, Daphne and Lucy extended the length of store-bought panels by add thick twine in lieu of drapery rings.
Set on the south shore of Long Island, this 620-square-foot cottage is tucked away from the road on a secluded lot overlooking peaceful Moriches Bay.