The coastal style of the northeastern United States is admired and imitated in many cities around the world by the sea. White decorations including indigo blue and sand tones are popular in this style.
As this year, vacations in distant places are eliminated from our agenda. We will try to feed our travel cravings with homes from other countries that make us dream of vacations or evoke trips already made.
For its cleanliness, order, and similarities with the Nordic, the classic coastal style is another of our favorites. It is not an easy style to capture, the blue of the sea and the maritime motifs always have to be part of the decoration, but it is not easy to do it in a harmonious and modern way, without falling for the tacky and that our house looks like a store next to the promenade maritime.
This almost 500 m² house, come on, practically a mansion, perfectly maintains the historic architecture of the city: sloping ceilings, wooden tiles, and all the interior carpentry and carpentry work. Maybe so much blue color is overwhelming for some, but it must be recognized that it is made with mastery, with a lot of balance and by a team that knows the color and the patterns they coordinate, not just anyone can do it.