House Tour: Window Filled Beach Front Home
Let’s start the week right with a house tour of a modern beach front home. This window-filled home faces west toward the crashing surf and will have you dreaming of taking a summer beach-side getaway.
With walls of clear glass, this modern beach front home has a light and airy style that invites the coastal scenery inside. With four bedrooms and an expansive main room, this home has entertaining family and any beach house guests in comfortable style.
Two oversized black ceramic planters full of lush sea-side greenery welcome you to the main entrance. The front door opens up onto an open air courtyard that then leads you into the main part of the home.
Since each of the four bedrooms open up onto the courtyard, the inner courtyard creates a meeting place for morning coffee.
Four whicker lounge chairs look like a great place to sit back, relax, and enjoy a nice cool drink and escape the beach winds in the afternoon while still soaking up the blue skies and warm sun.
Inside, the home features an open layout ideal for entertaining family and guests. Light wood paneled walls are coupled with a color palette of crisp white and aqua blue. Arching wooden beams provide architectural interest.
An extensive kitchen island has plenty of room for a breakfast bar. Four tall bar stools in a dark stain provide a deep contrast against the light ash cabinets and walls. A long wooden table with chrome legs is set for an evening of entertaining. Hurricane glasses are a classic modern beach house accessory.
In the living area, a Noguchi Coffee Table is the perfect modern accent to the clean white furniture and aqua cushions.
At the back of this modern beach front home, a Creamy White Barcelona Lounge Chair sits under the expansive glass wall, looking out onto the tide rolling in.
A fiery coral and sage green acts as a nice contrast from the cool blue color palette that dominates the rest of the home. The coral bed spread maintains the sea-side nature of this home.
Nautical blues and sea greens mix and mingle in this guest bedroom that sits just off the entrance courtyard. The bed looks ready to dive right into after a long day of beach combing. Plenty of sea inspired artwork brings the room together.
This bright and sunny room is the perfect hideaway for the kids to play during a stormy day or sleep after running up and down the sandy beach.
A peaceful bedroom at the back of the home features soft and neutral seaside tones. A large window captures the picturesque views of the coast and a door opens up onto the back patio.
Back outside of this modern beach front home, a lovely outdoor dining area is protected from the gusty Pacific winds by a glass wall. White molded-plastic dining chairs give this dining nook that beach-side look while remaining durable enough to weather the harsh coastal elements. I’d love to sit out here and enjoy my morning cup of coffee.
The views of the deep Pacific can be glimpsed from almost anywhere in the house, though they’re best seen from lounging out on the back patio and soaking up the sun. These three chaise lounges are ideal for reading a book or taking a moment for yourself while surrounded by impressive views.
An oversized outdoor couch is tucked into a partially enclosed nook, offering up splendid views of the coast. It’s a great place to unwind and maybe catch an evening sunset.
At the back, a small bar counter creates a snack stop for guests soaking up the sunny coastal sun.
After spending 10+ years living in a modern San Francisco loft, Kelly moved her family to a bungalow in the burbs. She now enjoys dreaming up home renovation and design projects in order turn her family's post-war cottage into the modern home of their dreams.