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 love a good all white house! Just give me all white everything and I would be so happy. This lovely Mediterranean inspired home made me realize something though. Could I live with open shelving in my kitchen? It’s been a big trend this year and when it’s done well, it looks really really good! But realistically could I maintain an effortlessly styled open shelved kitchen? Because the open shelves in this kitchen are on point! but not so overly styled that it looks impossible. In fact, it looks very achievable. Take a look:
I love this dining space! All the white and plants
Even all white homes can offer some hygge!
I’m in love with these vases!!
Could you live with open shelves?
I told you they look good!
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
Are you ready to see this oh-so-gorgeous home located in Greece off the Mediterranean Sea?! This minimalist home doesn’t need much, just some beautiful blue hues, soft linens and other natural materials. Because when you have such gorgeous views like the Meditteranean Sea you really don’t need much else! Check out what I’m talking about:
I love the juxtaposition of the soft blue window frames and the white sofa
Did you notice how this light ties in with the candle holders from the entry way?
Those crazy long pendant lights have my ❤ !!!
I’m starting to think every home should have candle cut-outs in their hallways!
soft linens with ocean views? yes please!!
via K Studio
I’ve seen some amazing outdoor spaces in my day but nothing quite compares to this seaside desert oasis! If you’re a lover of cactus and ocean breezes then you’ll want to check out this place. Corsica is an island located off of France’s coast that’s wedged nicely in between Nice and Rome. You can imagine the views! I have to say that if I lived here, I would just live outside. There truly is no need for indoor living when you live in a place this stunning.
My obsession with tiny homes all started with this house boat and how could I possibly fit everything I love into a tiny space that I love. Both this seaside home and the house boat are packed with amazing seaside views! Could I give up a closet filled with shoes for ocean views? I like to think so. This tiny home is only 350 square feet and located on the Mediterranean Sea. I’m in love with the rustic painted floors and the brass finishes. The brass pulls in the bathroom and kitchen caught my eye because they offer a nautical and clean feel to the home. The owners use brass throughout with really ties in their tiny space. Check it out!
Outdoor space to swoon over
Notice the brass fan, brass wall sconce, brass fixtures (insert more swooning here)
La Mer Veille (the old sea) is a running theme throughout this home
itty bitty closet space
Let’s not forget about the rooftop!
more nautical brassy goodness
notice how the plates say, “La Mer Vielle”
Room with a view
via Architectural Digest