The interior designer, Tim Clark, used natural beachside driftwood and shells to help him create a color palette for the beach house. I think it's a nice change from the blue and white that I usually love in a beach house.
Photographs by photographer Lisa Romerein.
The Back of the House
The Front of the House
The dining room is simple, nautical and elegant.
The outside dining area is a perfect space to spend time with family and friends, eat great food and warm up by the fire. Gorgeous!
This is the view of the living room and dining room. I think having a great room is the best way to go when you are entertaining large groups of people. Everyone gets a place to sit and can be involved in conversation.
Great modern twist in the kitchen with the furnishings and appliances. The lighting is perfect! I love lots of natural light.
Slipcovered chairs are always a favorite of mine.
Love the paneling in this bathroom and the cute little tufted stool.
Master Bath Vanity
The bedding on this master bedroom is a dream. I especially love white on the bed because you can change the accent pillows or layer it with a throw blanket.
An outdoor shower is another one of my favorite things and the surfboard in this one adds a great color.
Back Porch with a View
Sunset in Seabrook
Two of Tim Clark's color palette inspirations were drift wood....
and clam shells.