Blue-and-white patterned tiles add interest and some Spanish-style flair to this entry. Metal stair railing brings a modern element to contrast with the warm woods and old-world tile.
Beaded chandeliers and sculptural coral add textural, coastal elements to this classic dining room. Linen slipcovered dining chairs give off an air of elegance and effortlessness that matches this room's sophisticated-yet-beachy design. A blue-and-white striped area rug enhances this space's laid-back nautical style.
Warm, sandy tones balance the stark white walls so the living room doesn't feel too cold. A single rustic wood beam serves as the mantel on the sleek, modern fireplace, creating a nice juxtaposition of rough and smooth.
The first floor of this lovely beachfront home is an open concept space. Iron doors swing out from the living area, connecting it seamlessly with a loggia, and beyond to the sand.
Clean lines update this gorgeous farmhouse kitchen, which features a soothing color palette of black, white, gray and brown. Leather-upholstered barstools add rusticity to the design, while a marble island countertop adds luxury.
A ruffled-edge mirror reminiscent of sea coral and clamshells gives this foyer a modern beachy look. The dark-stained wood entry table adds rough but refined texture with a vignette that sets the tone for the rest of the house.
Though understated, white linens are a smart choice for the master bedroom, allowing the owners to easily switch out their accessories with new seasons. Right now, blue and indigo pillows are oh-so-in and keep the space cool for the summer.
The small arched doorway gives this dining room some privacy without being completely shut off from the adjoining kitchen. A beaded chandelier gives the space an eclectic, global look that fits the home's Spanish style architecture. Flower arrangements add a natural pop of color and make the room feel cheery and inviting.