Recently a good friend made the move to Maui (from the east coast!) and ever since then I’ve been Hawaii dreaming. You can bet your bottom seashell I’m going to go visit her. Apparently she has avocado trees growing in her backyard. Anyhoo, her newest adventure got me thinking about what life would be like living on Maui. So I decided to do a little research into what a Maui beach home is like. (And it did not disappoint!)
Talk about curb appeal!
I’m swooning over that light and those views!!
I’m in love with the beach boho vibes of this home. Oh yeah, did you notice the driftwood table lamp? I’m in love with that too
Can they Air Bnb their home? I need to stay here!
Views you can only get in Maui!!
via Maui Magazine
Photos by Chris J. Evans
One thing I love about a good beach house, besides the ocean views, is the salty breeze that gently flows through your home. This minimalist beach house in Malibu takes full advantage of not only the views but salty air as well.
I’ve said this before, and I’ll probably say it a million more times, I always prefer a beach house with less stuff. You don’t need a lot of stuff when you have a home on the beach, because who wants to take away from the ocean views? Now that I’ve said my peace! Feel free to take a tour through this gorgeous minimalist beach house.
Making the most of the views!
Making the most of the views and the salty air!
Obsessing over the tub!
Another view of the bedroom
The bean bag chairs I had as a kid are seriously lacking compared to this beauties
the lucky lady of the house
Have you ever collected a bunch of sea shells over the Summer, only to have them sit in the same container you brought to the beach with you? Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us. This morning I wanted to share some stylish DIY projects that will put your shell collection to good use! Also I added some beautiful shell inspiration at the bottom of the post. Don’t miss out:
DIY Shell Candles
DIY Summer Shell Lamp
DIY Shell Wreath
DIY Seashell Bridal Bouquet
DIY Shell Art
DIY Shell Specimen Art
DIY Oyster Shell Mirror
Click any picture to be taken to tutorial
via Tamara Mogendorff
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
I am in love with this very tiny house located in Palm Beach, Florida!! I want to go and visit (it’s a rental!) and then when I’m ready to go home, I want to pack it in my suitcase and take it with me. This adorable tiny house is only 400 square feet and the quintessential Palm Beach home, which has lovingly been dubbed, The Pineapple Pad. Take a look and I think you’ll see what I’m talking about:
This is what I meant when I said quintessential Palm Beach!
I think I’m falling in love with that headboard!
Pink and white stripes are another quintessential Palm Beach factor
A wine fridge is the only fridge I need… jk… kinda…
How good is this beach house?! I’m loving all the white with pops of rustic wood accents. Oh and how much do I love the mermaid scale shower in the bathroom?!! Sooo much! There is even more than that to love about this beach house though. Take a look:
I could really use some of those chair/bean bags in my life!
Have you ever fallen in love with a door frame? Asking for a friend.
Built in benches feels super Mediterranean!
This bedroom gives me all the good feels!
How in love am I with that shower?! Let me count the ways…
via Homes to Love