This gorgeous beach house was custom designed by the talented Brooke Wagner Design, located in Newport Beach, a coastal city in southern California. Beautiful reclaimed flooring can be found through the main living spaces, infusing warmth into this beachy abode. Upon entrance into this five bedroom, six bathroom home, you are greeted by a Dutch door, adding to the aesthetic beauty that awaits you inside. Comfortable and inviting furnishings creates a relaxed atmosphere for a family of four.
What We Love: This gorgeous beach house exemplifies exquisite attention to detail throughout, from the moment of entry to the outdoor living spaces. There are so many visual attention grabbers, from the reclaimed flooring to the wine cellar to the lucite chairs in the kitchen… and did we mention how fabulous the kitchen island countertop is? The living and family room are ultra-cozy. while sliding glass doors in both spaces helps to extend the living areas outdoors. Our most favorite room has to be the dining solarium, what a fantastic space to enjoy breakfast, or your morning coffee. Although modern, this home still manages to retain its warmth through the use of wood, texture and layering. Job well done… would you agree?
Above: The coffee table in the living room is called the QS Sutton Coffee Table in hand rubbed black (source). The chandelier was custom designed to fit the space from furnishings retailer Cisco Home. The blue and white striped area rug grounds the space, sourced from Stark.
Above: We especially love the lucite Bella Cubes set in front of the coffee table. Since they are easily movable, it helps when entertaining for additional space to set down snacks or drinks… or can play double duty as an extra seat! Source: Grace & Blake
Above: We are loving the island countertop, the striations in the marble is gorgeous! It is a Delano Marble slab, you find more information here. Accenting the island are custom designed lucite barstools. We love how the transparency of the stools helps to not conceal or detract from the beautiful countertop material. The chairs were covered by fabric from the company Romo in the color Elasona Topaz. The fabric is a Damask, woven in multi-hued yarns. Source: Black Edition.
Above: The square drawer pulls in the kitchen were sourced from Top Knobs, a very popular go-to source in the custom cabinet industry.
Above: A solarium features a cozy breakfast nook with vinyl covered chairs and an eye-catching chandelier over the zinc-clad dining table. The cast resin chandelier is in the form of several bubbles clumped together to create a unique art form. We have seen this chandelier in a bedroom that also looked fantastic (the house tour in reference can be found here). You can purchase the Muriel Chandelier from Oly Studio.
Above: In the butler’s pantry, the black backsplash and countertop contrasts beautifully with the white cabinetry. The countertops and backsplash tiles were sourced from Famosa. The upper cabinets feature glass insets in the center to showcase the homeowner’s barware.
Above: In the home office, a wall of built-ins features a beautiful blue hue from Farrow & Ball. The blue contrasts nicely with the black painted door.
Above: In a children’s bedroom, night tables were sourced from West Elm and pewter wall sconces with glass shades from JVI Designs.
Above: The playful tiling mosaic in the bathroom was sourced from Famosa.
Above: On the first level you will find a stylish wine cellar, that is showcased by a pivoting glass door. Inside, stone walls and uplighting helps to highlight the homeowner’s wine collection.
Above: The family room features a built-in reading nook flanked by floor-to-ceiling built-in storage. The wall behind the seating nook is reclaimed wood, while the wood flooring is laid out in a herringbone pattern. Western-inspired art decorates the walls, adding a casualness to the space.
Above: Reclaimed vintage barn wood surrounds the television, creating a beautiful accent wall. A wicker basket plays double duty as storage and as an ottoman, adding to the relaxed vibe of this space.
Above: Sliding panel doors off the family room helps to blur the lines between indoors and out. A covered outdoor patio offers additional seating space to enjoy the beautiful weather that Southern California has to offer all year round.
Above: A relaxing pool and spa combo creates a tranquil atmosphere. Slate tile surrounds the pool, while chaise lounges invites you to sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful weather… and yard!
Above: One of six bathrooms in the home, this stylish one features an accent wall of gold subway tiles sourced from Famosa.
Above: A spacious laundry room features a folding center, a sink and plenty of storage. The cabinetry was painted in Farrow & Ball, Manor House Grey. Stainless steel countertops and white shiplap walls completes the look.
Photos: Ryan Garvin
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