Earth-tone tile in the shower and along the sink of this neutral bathroom make the stack of white towels and green arrangements pop with color. A segmented rectangular mirror and glass shower door enhance the natural light of the room and keep the space feeling open and airy.
This neutral living room takes a cue from the ocean with its seashell overhead light, nautical framed artwork and blue glass table lamps. The custom-made sectional features a white and tan patterned indoor/outdoor upholstery, making it the perfect choice for a waterfront condo. Blue and coral seashell pillows complete the coastal look of the space.
Full-length windows and sliding glass doors invite indoor-outdoor living and display stunning views of Vero Beach in the dining room. White slipcovered chairs pair with a natural wood dining table for a stylish, contemporary look.
This classic beach house kitchen is flooded with natural light and breathtaking views of the ocean. A gorgeous wood countertop on the island provides contrast against the crisp white cabinetry, and glass pendants add the perfect finishing touch.
A custom bar in thick-cut quartz overlooks a restful family room and maximizes this home's beautiful ocean view. Glass doors on the custom cabinetry display barware, and modern pulls pop against the dark-stained wood.
A wall of windows and sliding glass doors in the living room boast breathtaking views of the ocean and Vero Beach. Pops of red in the furnishings and accessories bring a splash of color to the palette that is mostly dominated by neutrals. Two sculptural Sharon Marston lighting installations illuminate the space when the sun sets.
Clean lines, concrete, glass, iron and wood compose this majestic beach home and take advantage of the magnificent site. Multiple types of plants, trees and shrubs surround the site, which is nestled in the hills above the ocean's shoreline. Large windows of varied shapes and sizes allow the homeowners to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors from every room.
A sleek, white soaking tub grounded by a gorgeous wood surround brings a spa-like experience to the master bathroom. Ocean views are put on full display from the sliding glass door, and a linear, double-sided fireplace connects to the master bedroom on the other side.
Boasting gorgeous ocean views of Vero Beach, the open plan kitchen feels bright and airy, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors. Faux fur barstools, globe pendant lights and sleek cabinetry contribute to the sleek, modern design.
Designed by architect Erik Helgen, AIA, in collaboration with Alloy, the 18,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom residence connects with the landscape in a seamless indoor/outdoor flow with distinct areas for entertaining, everyday living and guest accommodations. Constructed of limestone, wood and glass, the oceanfront home draws influence from both contemporary and modern design.
When you have a large island, designers often use three pendants to fill the space. A pendant with mercury glass, for example, can add style to any kitchen, no matter whether you’re going for a retro look or an upscale Mediterranean-style beach cottage, like this home in Alys Beach, a coastal Florida community. This finish is available anywhere from $50 and up through home decor stores and retailers.
A public beach access walkway creates additional space between this New Hampshire beach house and the neighboring one and opens up more panoramic views from the two upper levels of the home. Glass safety walls were chosen for the balcony, limiting the interruption of the views of the sand dunes and Atlantic Ocean.
While modern and streamlined, this dining area still has a beach house feel, due to the large sliding glass doors that open up to the pool and expansive lawn just beyond. Clean-lined furniture and accessories allow the art in the room to pop with impact. White dishes and table linens never go out of style.