Baby Chick Cottage
Baby Chick Cottage is located at Santa Rosa Beach in the quaint “Watercolor” neighborhood. Approximately 2367 square feet with four bedrooms and four baths. Built in 2005. Come along and enjoy this beach home tour![tealbox]This delightful beach house is for sale ($1,150,000) at the time of posting. Get info at BeachGroupFlorida.com. Photo credit belongs to MLS® #748836 [/tealbox]
First thing that caught my eye was the vibrant painting to the right… and then the red one over to the left. Love how the art adds pops of color. Also, I like the wrap of windows and doors.
Notice the walls in this dining room. No inexpensive sheetrock here. Looks like 1×6 horizontal boards, painted a low sheen white. Brightens up the dark hardwood floors and wood dining table. Lovely.
Here you have the white in the white kitchen cabinets to compliment the gorgeous hardwood floors. Like the double windows over the kitchen sink. One of my favorite homes I owned, had three counter-to-ceiling windows wrapping a corner. Ahhh..
Just as I wanted you to notice the dining room walls, check out these bedroom walls. Love it. Look how it adds dimension to the headboard. Note the old life preservers over the bed. Nice touch.
I’m surprised how modern this master bath is. Maybe I expected a claw foot tub, I’m not sure. I like it OK, but it’s a lot like the cookie cutter bathrooms we do here in Texas. I will say, the eight windows are fabulous for a bath that looks like it wouldn’t otherwise have windows.
Bright and cheerful beach bedroom. Hey, just noticed something interesting… Note how the hardwood floor wraps up the wall, and then the baseboard is put on top. I’ve never seen that before.
I put these two secondary beach bedrooms side by side for you do get some beach decorating ideas/. Clever use of space to build in a cabinet and double drawers at foot of bunk beds. LOVE that fish over the bed to the right.
This porch makes me want to curl up with a good book and frosty glass of sweet tea. How about you?!