Take a tour of this artist’s beach house on the island of Maui! It’s a dream of a tropical home, complete with loads of palm trees, swan floats in the pool, and a tiki four poster bed. Take the tour >
Loving all the colors in this bedroom and of course also loving that tiki bed frame!
the artist’s studio
Is it even a pool if you don’t have a couple of swan floats???
I love the idea of having plants in your fountain!
a Buddha to bid you hello and goodbye
Photos by Mieko Horikoshi + Maui Homes
Get ready to swoon over this Summer island home in Mexico, located on the small island of Holbox or rather Isla Holbox! I’m sure by now you’ve realized how much I love all things white, especially when it comes to interior design BUT did you also know that I’m a sucker for built in furniture? Yup, true story! Built in bookcases and little spots to simple put a vase or family heirloom send me into a heart-eyed stupor. Not only does this beautiful island home have all of that but it’s available to rent out on Airbnb!! And aren’t we all just sooo ready to plan that next vacation?? I know I am!
No matter where you look, always a gorgeous view!
Built in kitchen cabinets? Yes, please!
I spy a built in bookcase…
…and there it is in all it’s glory! Also really loving the rustic closet ❤
rustic + white = love
The perfect wine/reading nook
Also hammocks are my joie de vivre!
rooftop hangs at sunset
And what island home would be complete without a beach?!
This Nantucket inspired beach house is easy breezy with a side of fun! From swings in the living room to the family motto tiled into the bathroom floors, I love it all. Oh yeah and lots and lots of white, my personal favorite. I also have a deep appreciation (being serious!) for the lack of window treatments in this space. Why obstruct the views? Do we really need curtains in our kitchens? I say let the sunshine in! Check out what this beach house is all about >>
Really obsessed with those chairs and that ceiling fan!
The kitchen is all white but still feels homey
more curtains, more problems, that’s what I always say…
Swings in the living room? Yes, please!!
and of course I love this mirror too!
see more pics on Haven
This year I’ve really been trying to reuse, reduce and recycle my home decor in an effort to be kinder to our planet. With Earth Day around the corner and the whole mess with being quarantined, I thought it would be a good idea to share some DIYs with items I already have laying around the house. Rope is the one thing I seem to always have since I heavily gravitate towards nautical decor! Two of my DIYs even use the same batch of rope but in two completely different ways. Check ’em out:
I’m loving this beach chic California bungalow located in L.A.! Not only is this beach house beautiful and chic but so is its owner. I love how clean this house feels while still adding lots of earthy elements like driftwood and wicker. I also spied some pampas grass which I’ve been meaning to get my hands on. Take the tour >
Loving everything about this room!
and of course I love that light!
I’ve seriously been thinking about clearing everything off my kitchen countertop. I worried about it looking too bare but this is incredibly inspiring!!
Only in a bungalow can you find such a cute way to display/organize shoes
Loving how photogenic this pool is!
This Mediterranean beach house is super laid back but still has some lush feels thanks to the gorgeous views. Every spot looks perfect for napping (fyi the nap factor although rarely mentioned is very important to consider when shopping for a new home or decor!). Oh yeah and did I mention the ceiling? You’re like, “what’s up with the ceiling??” The best way I can explain it is some kind of straw thatching done in a beautiful pattern. So you have something pretty to look at when you wake up from your nap. See what this home is all about >
I think I may have mentioned the views!
really in love with the lighting!!
now let’s check out the inside…
more great lighting and views!
I would nap so hard in here
come back soon
I’ve talked before about my love for all white homes and I think this one really hits the spot! The designers purposely added white ceilings, white walls and white floors as a chance to allow the furniture and design to pop. Natural wood pieces were added to keep the feel of the home warm. Located on the island of Nantucket, this coastal Summer home offers lots of easy breezy beach feels. Take a peek:
all white, all day
I don’t think there’s one thing about this room that I don’t love!
I feel like the all white room really makes this nautical painting pop. Also I’m in love with that barrel planter! DIY?
I love that this bathroom is bold and and colorful but still feels airy and light
I think this is one of the rooms you really notice how the wood tones warm the room
I think what I love most about this Australian apartment and what really made me want to share it with you, is that it doesn’t feel like an apartment. It feels like a very chic beachside bungalow. Which is really just design at its best! Because at the heart of it, isn’t design really about making your home feel a certain way? Whichever way that is for you. I personally like my home to feel open and breezy, so it’s no surprise that I’m drawn to a lot of white, a lot of windows and more minimalist designs. This is another reason I love this home! I would say this apartment hits the coastal minimalism nail on the head. Take a look:
Loving these beachy bedroom vibes!
I’m eyeing that wall hanging and that little dog too
I like big plants and I can not lie…
Have I ever mentioned how much I love oversized framed mirrors especially when they have a bit of a rustic or old world charm to them? Well, I do!
I love the kitchen trend of different upper cabinets and lowers
If I ever have open shelving, I pray that it will look this clean and beautiful all the time. Amen.
Just one more look at the bedroom before you go!
via Adore Home