From a coat of “nervy paint” to a faucet upgrade, this week the Remodelista editors discovered easy upgrades to make a summerhouse feel fresh. Here are five of their favorite design ideas.
See more ideas in Steal This Look: An Idiosyncratic French Mod Bedroom in Bellport, New York.
See the full list in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.
See more of this garden in Downsizing a House to Expand the Garden: At Home with Landscape Architect William Dangar.
Painted wood floors are “grounded in New England practicality: They’re cost-effective, brilliantly conceal summer debris like sand and dirt, and need only another coat of paint when they wear,” writes Annie. “They’re also wholly charming and evocative of the carefree summerhouse.” See more in New England Practical: The Case for Painted Wood Floors in the Summer Cottage.