Beach Shack

Nothing like natural wood and lots of white to create a relaxed beach house feel. Rustic elegance can be achieved with whitewashed cedar walls, an edited choice of woven-raffia chairs and layered natural textures. Keeping the palette to whites and sea blues makes these spaces look fresh and very coastal. Here are some wonderful rooms that celebrate comfort at the beach. Enjoy!

Cafe Design | AlanWanzenberg

ALAN WANZENBERG

alan wanzenberg

ALAN WANZENBERG

”The rustic simplicity of barely finished wood and just a few sticks of clean-lined furniture reign supreme at the Manhattan-based Alan Wanzenberg’s own beach house off the southern coast of Long Island, which he bought in the 1980s. As he wrote in his recent book from Pointed Leaf Press, even 25 years later “the magic and uniqueness of the place still radiates for me.” Photo by Don Freeman” via 1stDibs

alan wanzenberg

ALAN WANZENBERG

blues

MARK CUNNINGHAM INC.

Cafe Design | Beach Shack - Mark Cunningham

MARK CUNNINGHAM INC.

james huniford

JAMES HUNIFORD

”Boston-based Gary McBournie (whose unabashed adoration of color can be seen in the blue floor here) designed this kitchen to resemble the galley of a boat, referencing the nautical history of Nantucket. A maritime light fixture hangs from the sloped ceiling, where rough-hewn wood recalls the hull of a ship. Photo by Christopher Baker” via 1stDibs

Cafe Design | Gary McBournie

GARY MCBOURNIE

Cafe Design | Beach Shack - Ralph Lauren

RALPH LAUREN HOME

Cafe Design | Matt Albiani Photography

MATT ALBIANI PHOTOGRAPHY

xo,

Eva



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1 Comment

  1. June 27, 2017 / 10:18 am

    Yes to all of these! Matt Albiani is one of the owners of Mate Gallery where I find some of my favorite coastal art! 😉

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