I’m loving this beach house! Located in Trancoso, Brazil, this home has burnt cement floors (very cool!), a tree trunk shower, and a volcanic stone pool. Also the shower features the burnt cement as well… in case you were wondering. Take a look:
In love with the pool as well as the plant life!
I spot the perfect reading nook!
via Casa & Decor
Today I’m sharing this Texas beach house with you. It’s located in Galveston, Texas which if you’re not aware, is an island city off the coast of the lone star state. This Texas beach house presents itself with a clean beachy vibe. It’s filled with lots of white, lots of shiplap (swoon!) and loads of natural elements. The owners did an amazing job at renovating and redecorating!! I even love that they used wood tiles in the bathroom. Check it out:
Did you notice the shiplap island?
and that insane shiplap wall?
and of course more shiplap in the bedroom…
LOVE this sitting area!
Notice the floors?
Driftwood mirror? Yes, please!
Lately I’ve been in the mood for less; less stuff, less clutter, just less. Give me more air to breathe, more space and more white. Oh yes! Bring on white everything!! White for a new year and fresh start. Which is probably why I fell in love with this minimalist home in Montauk. Who knew a place like this even existed in Montauk? This beach house has a little something for everyone! Even if you’re not a minimalist, you are bound to fall in love with the bathroom. Don’t miss it! >>
Loving these door handles!!
OBSESSED! This is the shower of my dreams!!
via Style Files
This rustic seaside home in Baja, Mexico really caught my eye! I love how natural this home feels, from the walls to the ceiling and everything in between. There are these chunky carved wooden doors that lead outside (something that always makes me swoon!). Also something that you don’t seem to find in the U.S. (but why?!). Take a look:
In LOVE with this bedroom, so simple yet so beautiful!
I love all the natural elements!
Swooning over the armoir!
Because wine is all you really need to fit on a table, right?
via House & Home
One thing I really love about a good beach house is the simplicity of it. Who needs a lot of “stuff” when you are surrounded by such amazing views?! Take for instance the teeny tiny office in this space (picture 5). It is literally a desk, a chair, a plant, and a laptop squished into something the size of a coat closet, BUT it works! It works because there’s a floor to ceiling window looking out onto the waves that beautifully lets the light in. I could easily do a closet sized office with views like that. Take a peek below at what the rest of this California beach house has to offer:
You can’t be unhappy with a kitchen like this!
It’s all in the details
Teeny tiny office space with a view!
Once again, loving the details!
via Homepolish – Part 1, Part 2
Once again I’m sharing my love for a tiny house. This one is like a mini beach cottage on wheels!! It stands with only a mere 150 square feet of living space but all 150 square feet are adorable. I spotted this tiny beach house on Tiny House Town. You can actually rent it (click link to see rental details). Which might be a good idea to test drive, if you were seriously considering buying a tiny house. Scroll down to check out this tiny beach house!
There are so many beachy/nautical details like the posts on this bed
Check out the mermaid knob on the bathroom door!
Loving this bathroom sink!
I love the idea of keeping colorful bowls and glasses out for display
I love the beachy slates and tiny deck on this tiny house!
I’m in love with this beach house located on Sullivan’s Island in South Carolina!! I especially love all the coastal details, like the acrylic trunk in the living room filled with large seashells and driftwood. This idea would be so easy to include in your own home and would make an amazing coffee table! Check it out:
I love the use of natural elements, i.e. lots of wicker furniture and plants in this beach house.
That trunk is my favorite!
I love the simple coastal details in this bathroom
Island shutters for the win!
via Coastal Living