Fresh and inviting beach house getaway in the seaside town of WaterColor

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This inviting beach house was designed by architects T.S. Adams Studio in collaboration with Mary Mac & Company, located in WaterColor, Florida. The home was designed as a relaxing family retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of family life in Atlanta. The homeowners wished for a second home where they could spend quality family time with lazy days at the beach and barefoot living. The owners had met at a party on that same beach, married a year later and kept coming back for vacations. Since they had a special connection to this place, it was their goal to have a family vacation home here.

Above: A two-story porch spans the front facade of the beach house.

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This custom designed beach house reflects a fresh take on a classic Southern farmhouse. Feature elements includes large double porches, wide steps, high windows, cheerful blue shutters, and a metal hip roof.

Above: Fiber cement board lap siding and trim on the exterior facade was sourced from the Artisan Collection By James Hardie. The overall aesthetics offers gorgeous, deep shadow lines and extra thick boards.

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What We Love: This inviting beach house showcases a soft color palette with blue accents, creating a tranquil living environment. Comfortably designed spaces provides the perfect retreat to relax and enjoy family vacations on the beach. This home was created for barefoot beach living, with spacious and airy interiors that caters to entertaining… Readers, would this be your idea of a dream vacation home?

Note: Have a look at a couple of other amazing home tours that we have featured from the portfolio of TS Adams Studio: Charming cedar shake style seaside home in WaterColor, Florida and Breathtaking shingle style beach house in Watersound, Florida.

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The floor plan allows for long sight lines throughout the interiors, while rooms are defined by architectural detailing and furnishings rather than walls. The flooring features 10-inch wide antique oak planks finished with a fuming technique, creating a beautiful aesthetic. On the walls you will find a combination of horizontal paneling, vertical board and batten and textured panels. While the ceiling features exquisite, reclaimed pecky cypress beams in a light, weathered stain.

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Above: The kitchen showcases 12-foot high ceilings, making this space feel light and airy. The family enjoys cooking and entertaining, so it was important that this space be glamorous yet functional. An eye-catching backsplash reflects waterjet cut White Thassos marble and glass tile. The Vintage Glass Bubble Lights suspended above the island were sourced from South of Market.

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Above: A summer porch is open on three sides to allow fresh sea breezes to flow through the space. Above the fireplace mantel, the lantern sconces were sourced from Bevolo Gas & Electric Lights.

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Above: The playroom is found on the upstairs level of the home, continuing the blue-and-white color palette with pops of red. A comfortable sectional and built-in window seat provides plenty of space for the whole family.

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Above: A tranquil master bedroom features a neutral and monochromatic color palette.

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Above: The bunk bathroom features a bright pop of color, where the underside of a Kohler trough sink was painted in Pale Avocado 2146-40 | Benjamin Moore.

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Above: This informal side entry is easily accessible to the outdoor shower, featuring custom cabinetry and cubbies painted in Heaven on Earth 1661 | Benjamin Moore.

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Above: Just outside the mudroom and tucked underneath a stairway is an outdoor shower, with privacy offered by a blue painted door.

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Photos: Courtesy of T.S. Adams Studio & Traditional Home

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