Long Outdoor Shower Space With Frosted Glass Walls, Wood Shower Wall With Bronze Shower Head and Stools
Frosted glass walls close off this outdoor shower space while keeping the space bright. The long patio design leaves plenty of room outside the wet area for dry storage. A wood wall supports the hooked bronze shower head and offers a warm hue to the cool tones of the design. Stool create easy and mobile storage and seating options.
A stone fire pit area provides a much-needed spot to warm up from the chilly temps and snow-filled days. Wooden adirondack chairs surround the area, making it ideal for entertaining or relaxing while taking in the views of the colorful mountains beyond.
A massive, show-stopping fireplace with chiseled-stone hearth and mantel is quite an impressive sight in the home's great room. Modern furniture and accents create a contemporary feel in the stone-filled room while a gray patterned area rug expands across the space.
Three long, wooden floating shelves line the kitchen area of the game room and are gorgeously curated with contemporary design pieces that are illuminated with under-shelf lighting. Below, walnut cabinetry provides plenty of storage space for snacks and board games.
This living room boasts a timeless style with crisp, white walls that are accented by different hues of blue seen in the furnishings. Not only is this space traditional, it is soothing and evokes a sense of content.
The warm, rustic exterior is carried into the interior of the home thanks to reclaimed-wood walls and rich decorative accents, like the wooden front door and luxe plank flooring. A metal-mesh, custom chandelier brings an inviting modern touch to the entry.
At the rear of the game room, a small kitchen and dining area serve as a gathering spot to enjoy snacks and drinks. Floor lamps made of thick rope steal the show while also bringing a fun, unique design to the space.
The home's game room gets the same rustic-contemporary feel as the rest of the house. Reclaimed wood lines the walls with wide plank flooring below, while industrial light fixtures and sleek furniture add in the modern element of design. A television and seating area create the ideal place to watch the big game with friends or to unwind with a movie.
Beach House Balcony Offers Panoramic Views of Sand Dunes, Atlantic Ocean
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.
Deck Sitting Area Features Blue Cushions and Pillows Inspired by the Sea
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.
Entry Mudroom Offers Spot to Shed and Store Sandy Shoes
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.
The rear of the home is just as inviting as the front with its reclaimed wood, large open windows and firepit area. Three natural stone chimneys add dimension while architectural details bring visual interest to the exterior.
Guest Bathroom Features Concrete Countertop and Trough Sink
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 warm and inviting entrance inspired by the surrounding aspen forest greets its occupants and guests upon arrival. Reclaimed wood and organic rock cover the exterior of the home, channeling the neighboring mountains.
Bunk Room Provides Space for Children and Visitors Alike
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.
White, bright and natural light and the words that come to mind when looking at this kitchen and living space. Pops of blue and yellow shine against the white walls and ceilings. The exposed wood beam adds architectural interest.