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Dunmore Town Beach House Tour

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Jewelbox ExteriorBeach House Tour: If this little white and blue house doesn’t make you smile, I don’t know what will.

Located in the heart of historic Dunmore Town (in the Bahamas) and restored in 2013, Jewelbox is one of Harbour Island’s original homes. Once abandoned, the original structure now embodies old world charm just as it did when built in the 1700’s.

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Jewelbox Living Room
What a fun beach living room. And boy do they know how to create a larger feel in a small space. White sofa and see thru tables plus white whites.

Jewelbox Kitchen
Gorgeous galley kitchen! True hardwood floors with sisal runner. White cabinets and open shelving make a small kitchen appear larger.

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Jewelbox Queen Bedroom
Delightful beach bedroom! Simple platform bed with crisp white linens and blue patterned throw blanket. Handy cutouts at front of bed for books and other items.

Jewelbox Master Bathroom
Deep claw foot soaking tub. Just the right amount of light coming thru the windows. What a great idea for window covering!

Jewelbox Twin BedroomTwin beds with traditional wood headboards, couples with crisp white bedspreads (notice the red stripes!) and blue and white patterned throw blankets.

Jewelbox Twin Bathroom
Small but mighty coastal bathroom. What’s not to like?! Not only are there shiplap walls but they took it further painting the wood in alternate colors for two-toned. Even the towels mimic the stripes on the walls. Two windows! Rattan mirror completes the look.

Jewelbox Guest Cottage BedroomImagine sleeping at night with the doors flung open to hear the waves and smell the salty air?

Jewelbox PatioSit outside and soak up a cool coastal breeze.

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Dunmore Town Beach House Tour

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