22 February, 2013

A Bright Beach House






 













When the real estate agent first showed this cottage to it's new owners, it was painted egg-yolk yellow with circus-blue trim. Their vision was to make this cottage reminiscent of the pastel-coloured Florida beach cottages of the 1940s. They started with the home’s exterior - a mint-green paint job, white trim, and a white picket fence. This fresh, breezy colour scheme set the tone for the rest of the house. A mix of vintage and thrift store finds painted and dressed in ice-cream shades creates a bright, fun holiday weekender!

Melissah xox

{source : House Beautiful}

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6 comments:

Mrs C said...

Sigh...! Looking at these pictures I can almost feel the breeze and smell the sea

GREETINGS FROM DUBAI!
MRS JACK OF ALL TRADES DAILY
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Mama of 2 boys said...

Yes, those shades do resemble icecream, YUM, I love anything with those beautiful bright colours. A fun and funky beach house indeed xo

Le BHCH said...

how fab is this place - relaxed, colourful and truly looking well loved ! le xox

Anonymous said...

What is the color and brand of paint used for the exterior of this house. I have been looking for the right color and have found it.

Melissah from Coastal Style said...

Sorry I don't know I wish could hve been more help.
regards
Melissah

Anonymous said...

The interior designer of this home is Jane Coslick in USA. The owner is Mary Kay Andrews, an American author. Jane Coslick has her own website and you may be able to find the paint color names on her website. If you like this house, she renovates all manner of beach bungalows in the same general, colorful style, so feel free to check her out! You will get loads of beachy inspiration if you search Pinterest for her name as well.

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