Lar Carmel Point: Charming Carmel Point is a stone’s throw from River Beach, Scenic Road, Mission trails and the bird sanctuary in Carmel by the Sea (CA). Bright, bold 3 bed, 3 bath rental is just two blocks to the beach and Mission Ranch.
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Welcome with a red barn like door, low ceilings and wood plank walls. White walls compliment the dark hardwood floors in this cozy living room.
Now for the pops of color that add interest to any room! Striped sofa and multi-colored pillows. I would definitely go shopping for new pillows.. but the sofa is fun.
Sneak peek at the dining room (the chairs!) coming up next. 🙂
What a lovely dining space! The yellow table coupled with white washed chairs. Add little fishes swimming across the wall…and how about the bow casement windows?
Give me a white kitchen any day of the week 🙂 The door pulls are either the originals or duplicates to look like the type of door pulls of days gone by.
Zzzzzz.. time for a little sleep eye. Notice the built-ins to the right.
Lots of windows in this house. Even tho there is a whole wall of windows, there are laso windows above the bed.
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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?!
Carmel by the Sea was built in the 1920’s by a young dressmaker who was drawn to the area for it’s serene, artistic community.
[tealbox]This picture perfect cottage along with a wee guest house was once for sale through CarmelRealtyCompany.com[/tealbox]
Eighty-five years later this fairy-tale cottage has been beautifully and immaculately restored as you can see by the pictures!
The stone fireplace is original as are the wood floors.
A stylish European kitchen with quintessential breakfast alcove, offers all the modern amenities for today’s chef.
More views of the bright white kitchen with white marble countertops along with a deep farmer’s sink. The contrasting granite on the island is very popular where I live also (Texas.)
Updated bedroom painted in a soothing blue. How about the seahorse pillow?
This is the guest house living room. Small but perfectly appointed.
Here is the guest house bedroom. Notice two things. See how the pillow is duplicated from living room to bedroom for continuity? Also, check out the wood ceiling beams. I don’t know if they’re original or added later for warmth.
I can practically see the butterflies and hummingbirds that are sure to live in the cottage (English?) garden.
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Now let’s jump right in and check out this beach home tour!
What I like about this living room is how they added beach decor without over doing it. There’s a beach theme pillow… oh wait! There are two beachy pillows. One on the chair and one on the sofa that I missed. The rug is great but it’s not beach per se. Very tasteful.
I’m crazy about the dining room! I like how the inside of the exterior door is painted turquoise, and then the dining room table a fun lime green. Against the crisp white and natural wood, it’s a perfect balance. What a clever idea to put candles inside lantern holders.
White, white kitchen which is one of my fave looks. I would put a pop of color in there somewhere. Perhaps bar stool cushions or a painting. Or even an accessory or two on the kitchen counter. Actually, if you squint, you can see a lovely lime green tea kettle on the stove.
Notice the hardwood floors throughout. Coupled with the white and then bursts of color make this beach bedroom serene. Do you see the wood walls as opposed to sheetrock? Nice!
White subway tile for the bathroom with a black and white patterned tile in the shower. It would be kinda cool if they extended the same tile into the bathroom itself. I guess we’ll have to visit to find out. 🙂
Sweet little twin bed tucked away. Again I want you to notice how they did not overdo it with the beach decor. One simple yellow pillow saying “Sun” and that’s it. I like the thoughtful little side table added next to the bed.
Here they went all out with the color. Outside you’ve got the hot sun to balance out the vibrant colors. Plus look how comfy this porch looks. Notice the yellow door? I’m pretty sure that door leads to the dining room where they painted the inside turquoise.
I saved one of the best parts for last. You get your own private pool. How fun is that? A rarity, that’s for sure.
There ya go! Hope you enjoyed the very first Beach Home Tour with many more to come.