Coastal Entrance Ideas and Designs

Boot room
Boot room
Q Design HouseQ Design House
A boot room with a bespoke unit to maximise storage space and fit the coastal aesthetic.
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Rising Ridge
Rising Ridge
Z+ InteriorsZ+ Interiors
Amanda Kirkpatrick Photography
British Colonial meets Modern Beach House - Ocean Blvd
British Colonial meets Modern Beach House - Ocean Blvd
D for DesignD for Design
You are greeted at the front door by a school of friendly fish on the area rug that lead the way into the open plan home.
South Bay Coastal Farmhouse
South Bay Coastal Farmhouse
White Sands Coastal DevelopmentWhite Sands Coastal Development
This 5,200-square foot modern farmhouse is located on Manhattan Beach’s Fourth Street, which leads directly to the ocean. A raw stone facade and custom-built Dutch front-door greets guests, and customized millwork can be found throughout the home. The exposed beams, wooden furnishings, rustic-chic lighting, and soothing palette are inspired by Scandinavian farmhouses and breezy coastal living. The home’s understated elegance privileges comfort and vertical space. To this end, the 5-bed, 7-bath (counting halves) home has a 4-stop elevator and a basement theater with tiered seating and 13-foot ceilings. A third story porch is separated from the upstairs living area by a glass wall that disappears as desired, and its stone fireplace ensures that this panoramic ocean view can be enjoyed year-round. This house is full of gorgeous materials, including a kitchen backsplash of Calacatta marble, mined from the Apuan mountains of Italy, and countertops of polished porcelain. The curved antique French limestone fireplace in the living room is a true statement piece, and the basement includes a temperature-controlled glass room-within-a-room for an aesthetic but functional take on wine storage. The takeaway? Efficiency and beauty are two sides of the same coin.
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Contemporary California Surf Shack | Santa Barbara CA
Contemporary California Surf Shack | Santa Barbara CA
CJ Paone AIA | Archipelago WorkshopCJ Paone AIA | Archipelago Workshop
Originally a near tear-down, this small-by-santa-barbara-standards beach house sits next to a world-famous point break. Designed on a restrained scale with a ship-builder's mindset, it is filled with precision cabinetry, built-in furniture, and custom artisanal details that draw from both Scandinavian and French Colonial style influences. With heaps of natural light, a wide-open plan, and a close connection to the outdoor spaces, it lives much bigger than it is while maintaining a minimal impact on a precious marine ecosystem. Images | Kurt Jordan Photography
The Hampton Lane Residence
The Hampton Lane Residence
Interiors by Maite GrandaInteriors by Maite Granda
We conserve the area under the stairs by using the support of the hinges and benches. All the way around the staircase, a surfboard was used as decoration.
Ranch Pass Residence
Ranch Pass Residence
DK StudioDK Studio
The Ranch Pass Project consisted of architectural design services for a new home of around 3,400 square feet. The design of the new house includes four bedrooms, one office, a living room, dining room, kitchen, scullery, laundry/mud room, upstairs children’s playroom and a three-car garage, including the design of built-in cabinets throughout. The design style is traditional with Northeast turn-of-the-century architectural elements and a white brick exterior. Design challenges encountered with this project included working with a flood plain encroachment in the property as well as situating the house appropriately in relation to the street and everyday use of the site. The design solution was to site the home to the east of the property, to allow easy vehicle access, views of the site and minimal tree disturbance while accommodating the flood plain accordingly.

Coastal Entrance Ideas and Designs

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