Bonnet Shores Rhode Island Beach House
Bonnet Shores Rhode Island Beach House: This beach house was completely renovated in 2013 and it will certainly WOW you with its beach-y theme inside. The cute green entry door matches the roofing and the landscaping. Lighter shade of green for the trim around the windows and the entry door.
White and bright paint for the interior. The windows in this living room guarantee to let the sun shine in. Light green couches with different shades of green for some of the throw pillows. White tiles for the fireplace. My favorite is driftwood coffee table, modern and traditional at the same time.
This area is also found in the living room – a seating area for one. Somewhere to read or just enjoy the view out the window. The console table with the rustic green painted base surely looks sturdy. If you’re looking for driftwood décor ideas, that mirror there is a really good one. (LIVING ROOM DECOR IDEAS)
Still at the living room, this shot features the open plan that connects it to the kitchen and dining area. Love the white paint all around – it makes the space a little more wider and bigger in a general sense.
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Here’s a rather spacious kitchen with white subway tiles around the working space. I love how the sea glass green base of the counter complements the dining chairs (right) and the different décor found all around this kitchen. The built-in storage/shelves in the kitchen island is a great idea if you’re looking to find more space to store kitchen stuff, or to feature more kitchen decorations. (MORE COASTAL KITCHENS)
The use of iron furniture indoors is a wise idea since it’s not going to be exposed to outdoor elements (so it doesn’t rust). This light green painted iron dining set gives out a classy vibe in this area. The detailed design of the dining chairs and dining table base definitely add an interesting mood in this beach house. (COASTAL DINING ROOM IDEAS)
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More shades of green found in the bathroom. I also love the pebbles in different shades of green. Great to look at in that shower niche.