Winter calm and white shafts of sunlight are good reasons not to abandon a beach house in cold weather. This week the Remodelista editors removed the dust covers from the furniture and moved in with new ideas for off-season beach house design:
Fish Skeletons Above: Designer John Derian adorned the walls of his Provincetown bathroom with a vintage sawfish snout, among other ephemera.
See more nautical notes in this week’s
Beach House Chic post. Single Spout Faucets Above: For the traditionalist, Alexa rounded up her picks for deck-mounted bath faucets with lever handles in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post. Whitewashed Floors Above: Our Kitchen of the Week is a blank canvas with white backdrops that are “endlessly changeable” with accessories, writes Annie.
Stylist Kara Rosenlund even whitewashed the floors with
Porter’s Wood Wash; read her tips here. Modular Kitchen Components Above: This week’s post on Modular Kitchen Components rounds up “eight companies offering modular components, including islands on wheels, standalone ovens, and more to create your own kitchen kit.” Louver Doors Above: This week’s Hotel Visit feels like “stepping back in time, to an Acapulco hotspot that time didn’t defeat,” writes Meredith.
In any climate, louver doors let in the light.