A beach house tour

Already hearing the words   beach house   makes me  smile.

I mean,   I   love   the   ocean,  the   seaside atmosphere,  the   dunes   leading down to the   beach,  the salty air,  the   sea breeze,  the sound of the   waves washing ashore,  walking   barefoot   in the   sand, the water surface   glimmering   like millions of tiny little   diamonds   in the   sun,  hearing   seagulls   in the distance,  beach huts.   Simply, all things   coastal.

Having a home in which most, if not all rooms and spaces come with an   ocean view   is well,   my dream really.

Please enter

the mudroom

which leads to the livingroom

and here we have the kitchen

the lovely dining area

 the master bedroom
(the floral pillow shams would need to go though)

 conveniently with an en suite bathroom

 a second double bedroom always comes in handy

and so does a second bathroom

some sleeping space for the kids

cozy area for lazy afternoon reading

 to be enjoyed either indoors or outside on the deck

 and it never gets boring lounging on the deck 
while overlooking the beach. Never.

 bring out the cool refreshments!

 I hope you've enjoyed the glimps you got of 
"my" charming little beach house.

Do come back anytime :)

 { all images from Pinterest }


  1. B E A U T I F U L, feels like coming home! Absolutely adorable pictures. You are such an inspiration to me sis. Love A

  2. Heavenly!Every spot is just perfect!

    1. Aww, thank you Jess!! Glad you liked it ;)!!

  3. I see beauty in all thingsSaturday, March 31, 2012

    beautiful... really... so perfect and smoothing

    1. How sweet of you, thank you! I'm happy to hear the images have the same effect on you as they do on me :)

  4. Youre house is soooo awsome,there fills love in every corner!

  5. What a beautiful house, Nonna. Every detail talks about coastal living. It can be a good place for your ultimate settlement. The place is a representation of peace and silence. As Ralph Waldo Emerson stated, “Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air…”