Displaying posts labeled "Beach"

Forest House

Posted on Thu, 27 Oct 2022 by KiM

I found the perfect little vacation cottage Airbnb. Located in Tiny, Ontario and just a few minutes from Balm Beach. Forest House sleeps 6, has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, a gorgeous kitchen, and is located on an acre with a stream. The decor is casual and chic and frankly pretty elevated for Ontario cottage expectations. LOVE this. Design: Stay Here. Photos: Lauren Miller.

A bijou apartment by the sea

Posted on Tue, 18 Oct 2022 by midcenturyjo

Right in the middle of St Ives in Cornwall is this beautiful one-bedroom apartment created by interior designers Studio Marin and for sale via Inigo. 908 sq ft over two floors with sweeping views over the Cornish coast and right in the centre of the town it’s the perfect stylish seaside bolthole. Restaurants and shopping or a dip in the ocean? Hmmm it seems like you can do it all. (Listing here.)

Minimalism by the sea

Posted on Mon, 10 Oct 2022 by midcenturyjo

“We like to listen first to the environment, both spatially and culturally we try to grasp the existing soul and history. We like to weave traces of this past into a new place or building, architecture that tells a story, as it were.”

Not your typical renovation of a traditional Dutch seaside home.Open plan, clean-lined and minimal with an emphasis on a warm homely feel and harmony in natural materials. Zeeverblijf by AIDarchitecten.

Photography by Thomas De Bruyne

Feels like Summer

Posted on Fri, 30 Sep 2022 by midcenturyjo

Just one look at this North Bondi beach house by Kate Pulsford of Villa Interior Design and it feels like summer. Seamless indoor outdoor rooms, casual but sophisticated family living and beautiful light flooding in.

Photography by Katherine Lu

Letting in the sea and the light

Posted on Thu, 29 Sep 2022 by KiM

A meld of materials, textures, and elements indigenous to the surrounding Mexico region and landscape
Nicole Hollis can take something as casual as a beachfront home in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and add her dramatic touches with art and lighting and accents to create a unique statement. Beachy never looked so cool. (Photos: Douglas Friedman)