The oval shaped entry has a tall cove ceiling, all covered in Venetian Plaster. This fixture by Circa Lighting just felt right for the way the foyer is positioned in the house, the floor to ceiling window on the backside of the foyer gives guests a view into the courtyard and pool area. We chose a skirted hexagon shaped table to soften the space. The fabric on the skirt is one of my favorites, a Nomi linen with a gold oblong dot, with two linen accent bands of Samuel & Sons flat tape trim at the bottom, which matched the front door color. This is a great view of the Peacock Paver floors, which are in their Champagne color.
Kitchen Living Dining
As you come off the foyer to the right you step into the common area that is the kitchen, living, and dining area.
The garden stools are the Duquette by Madegoods. All upholstery again, by Lee Industries. Lighting by Circa. The painting over the fireplace is by Courtney Garrett.
The dining room table was made specifically for the space by Old Wood Company. The wall behind the settee is upholstered in Sunbrella fabric and the plates are an NYC find.
Oops, should have straightened that poor pillow on the far right. Gotta keep it real. The study walls are clad in pecky cypress in a very custom stain. Poor Allison stood in line at the paint store for hours mixing and mixing until it was just right. I think she nailed it. The painting above the sectional (by Lee Industries) is by Clare Elsaesser, commissioned her to do one of her small paintings very large for this back wall. I love this room, but Coastal Living did not run it in the story. It is in the online gallery, but I was bummed it didn’t make the cut. I guess it’s a bit too dark for their normal readership’s liking. I think it’s a cozy little retreat and was definitely one of my favorite rooms in the house. After I took this picture we went back and added reading sconces over each end of the sectional. The ottoman is one that Allison and I found on our trip to Miami.
If you are interested in any furnishings, fabrics, rugs, art (etc) you see in this post, or the posts to come in the next few days feel free to contact us via our website or you can email Allison at allison(at)urbangrace(dot)com .
I’m not sure if these are “pinnable” from this page, but if anyone wants to pin them on Pinterest I’ll be adding them to a “Coastal Living Ultimate Beach House” board as I update these posts.