Floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outdoors in and transform this great room into a seaside escape. Natural accents like the driftwood and glass side table add a coastal vibe without overwhelming the clean and airy feel of the room.
This master bathroom showcases the stunning ocean views by integrating windows, sliding doors and shutters into the available wall space around the room. A spacious shower even connects to the oceanfront patio, making it feel alfresco. To create this contemporary coastal look, designer Bruce Palmer uses copper, reclaimed wood and more modern pieces to form a resort-esque retreat. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
Driftwood accents and wall art that's as subtle as seafoam trailing over sand tie this coastal living room to its seaside setting and layer it with interesting texture. Window treatments and furnishings are neutral, drawing the eye to the peaceful ocean view beyond. Sheer draperies add to the room's ethereal feel.
Piled boulders create an organic boundary between the beach and this charming fire pit, but keep the views on full display. Beach glass and shells are incorporated into the custom-made concrete-and-teak furniture.
The homeowners wanted a beachy feel in their space, so designers incorporated seaside elements wherever they could. In the dining room, photographs of beaches and a sunburst mirror help to bring that feel to life.
Vaulted ceilings, a crisp white color palette and incomparable ocean views make this bedroom a dreamy retreat. Slide back the glass doors and step outside to the terrace to soak up the sun and seaside air.
Nestled at the mouth of Little Harbor, this Cape Cod-style home includes breathtaking seaside views. Four lawn chairs in the backyard offer the perfect front row seat for watching the sunset over the water.
With the addition of a new kitchen, the space is highly suitable for large family gatherings. The new structure was designed to not detract from the existing space––but to seamlessly transition from old to new. With thoughtful selection of finishes and materials, the designers were conscious of the overall aesthetic of modern seaside living.