Take a step inside this gorgeously colorful seaside home designed by Elizabeth Swartz Interiors. The homeowner wanted a space that was comfortable, inviting, and casual while also elegant and stylish. Below, the sunroom gets an infusion of color from the patterned ottomans and bold accent pillows.
The living room space features custom window treatments by Elizabeth Swartz, and is a space fit for both formal and casual gatherings. This space features lots of different patterns and textures, which play off each other to a dynamic effect.
The entryway includes custom-made stained glass around the front door, which give the home the client’s personal touch. High ceilings and white walls and moldings keep the foyer feeling light and bright, and are perfect for a seaside abode.
We simply adore this kitchen space, which uses a wonderful combination of bold hues and patterns to create a playful, informal feel.
On the more neutral side of the color spectrum, this kitchen draws upon coral and orange shades for a warm and inviting feel.
Below, copper accents and dark and light wood barstools add color and texture.
The Master Bedroom takes a neutral palette up a notch by incorporating small but boldly-hued accents, like a patterned comforter, chairs, and window treatments.
A home office space packs plenty of punch with a creative fuchsia accent wall, which adds colorful personality to the space without completely overwhelming it.
This guest bedroom space is traditional in its furnishing, creating a cozy and inviting retreat for visiting family and friends.
The bathroom takes full advantage of the home’s seaside locale. A seashell-covered mirror and nautical wallpaper make a playful and fun statement.
Small details like the custom glass doorknobs and drawer pulls can be found throughout this home, and really give it the personal touch the homeowner desired.
An outdoor kitchen and dining area provide the perfect answer to warm summer nights. The space features a large grill, cooktop, sink, and small refrigerators.
The patio area is raised off the ground, making it feel like an extension of the home.
Alfresco dining has never looked better, with an unobstructed view of the bay beyond.
Landscape Architecture by Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
Photos by Michael J. Lee