This New Hampshire beach house's color palette of blue, indigo and white is thoughtfully carried outdoors to the deck seating area, where the inspiration of the palette becomes fully evident in views of the nearby Atlantic Ocean.
Watery blue wallpaper brings the look of the ocean waters into the bathroom in this New Hampshire beach house. Soft-sided baskets offer an affordable yet attractive way to stow away extra towels and toilet paper for guests.
Over 200 varieties of trees, shrubs and ground covers create an ever-changing palette of garden delight. Bringing the perennials and plant materials closer to the New Hampshire residence with a stone exterior embraces the natural beauty of the property.
Soft blues that echo the colors of the Atlantic Ocean outside this New Hampshire beach house and plush fabrics create a serene setting in the master bedroom. Blue accents are used throughout the home, tying together the coastal design aesthetic.
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.
A bench by the door in the entry mudroom of this New Hampshire beach house provides a spot to take off sandy shoes, and individual hampers beneath it offer a place to stash flip flops or beach towels. The bold blue wall introduces the color palette that unites each room of the house.
Powder rooms are an excellent space in which to go bold with design. The bathroom in this coastal New Hampshire home features bold, watery blue subway tile, which echoes other blue design elements used throughout the entire home. Exposed bulbs strung from a metal pole above the sink and toilet offer a playful look in the space.
A concrete trough sink adds a high-end touch to this guest bathroom and is balanced by lower-end choices such as soft-sided baskets that work as storage for linens and other bathroom essentials. Blue accents are in keeping with the color palette used throughout the New Hampshire beach house and echo the colors of the Atlantic Ocean outside.
A portable sauna is made of western red cedar that is naturally rot resistant and antimicrobial. The Surf Sauna is built to accommodate two to eight people and although it's built for winter surfers, it can be used for other activities beyond surfing. The hardware and chassis are made from galvanized and stainless steel, according to the New Hampshire-based company.
The bold blue color and X pattern of the stair railing adds a strong design element in an otherwise light, bright color palette in this New Hampshire coastal home. The stairs run the course of three floors, and the blue railing unifies other blue accents used throughout the home. A chandelier made from glass bottles adds a touch of whimsy.
The living room of this New Hampshire coastal home is located on the third floor to maximize views of the ocean. Low-slung, neutral furnishings allow for the attention to stay on the beautiful views through the picture windows along three sides of the room. Touches of blue in the room's accents tie the look to the blue cabinetry in the adjacent kitchen.
The artisan hardwood dining room table was an investment piece for the owners of this New Hampshire home. The table is surrounded by a set of leather West Elm accent chairs, creating a high/low balance in this room. A deep blue rug and oversized photograph of the ocean are at home in this beach house and tie together with other bold blue accents used throughout the home.
The owners of this New Hampshire beach house have two teenagers and two children who are young adults. With the intention that this newly reconstructed home would be their forever home, they wanted space that would easily accommodate the two younger children in the short term and any visitors now and in the future. This bunk room helps accomplish that, taking advantage of a smaller space with space for four to sleep and stow their belongings.