Coastal Cottage Georgia
vacation home has all the classic details—broad porches, exposed rafter tails—of a century-old house. But it was only built to look that way. Georgia
When warm weather arrives, my mind and soul wander off to the beach. (Unfortunately, my body just doesn’t always get a chance to go!) Whether it’s New England or the Gulf coast, I am physically and emotionally drawn to sand and surf.
So welcome to my new blog series…
‘Monday at the Beach’
Pastel Living Room
This serene living room came together in a wash of pastels. To promote conversation, designer Jane Coslick opted for four chairs instead of the traditional sofa-centered seating arrangement; she repeated fabric from the dining room on the round ottoman to unify the look of the adjacent rooms.
A piece of salvaged crown molding serves as a shelf and holds a collection of sea coral. Flea markets were scoured and finds were integrated into the decor.
Quirky Dining Room
The 10-foot-long heart-pine dining table was painted and distressed; a hodgepodge of side chairs scored at a local thrift store complement the table. A fresh application of candy-stripe fabric unifies the mismatched set of chairs.
The punchy turquoise hue of the vintage-style appliance puts a chic spin on the space. A tumbled-glass backsplash mimics natural sea glass and contrasts the sleek concrete countertops. Reproduction pendant lighting and period barstools top off the soda fountain look the homeowners hoped to achieve.
What do you think of this cute little cottage?
Is it move-in ready for you?
Many thanks go to my friends at Coastal Living for their help with this.