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Incredible beach house in WaterColor showcases airy coastal vibe

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This stunning beach style home was designed by Geoff Chick & Associates in collaboration with local builder Chris Clark Construction, located in WaterColor, Florida. Atlanta-based interiors studio Robyn Prince & Marianne Temple was responsible for the elegant yet inviting interior design scheme of this beach house. The entire home is filled with sensational architectural details, remarkable craftsmanship and a bright and airy coastal vibe that will leave you speechless. Take a visual tour of this home below and see what we are talking about…

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What We Love: This serene beach house offers a soothing neutral color palette with beautiful pops of blues throughout. Set in an idyllic location, the surroundings of this home adds to the overall breathtaking aesthetic. Covered porches allows for inhabitants to relax and soak in the peaceful quietude of nature while enjoying fresh ocean breezes. Comfortable and inviting furnishings have been styled to perfection, making this beach house the perfect Florida retreat… Readers, what do you think of the design of this home? Any details you would like to have seen done differently? Please share your thoughts in the Comments.

Note: We have featured several home tours here on One Kindesign from the architects of this project, Geoff Chick Associates. Have a look below for the “Related” tags and click on them for more fabulous inspiration. Enjoy!

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RELATED: Beach house in WaterColor offers dreamy sea-inspired accents

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Above: On the interior, a neutral color scheme is accented by pops of sea-inspired blues. Also inspired by the sea is the driftwood end table. A similar one can be found on Crate & Barrel. Notice the beautiful coffered ceiling?

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RELATED: Delightfully chic beach house nestled along the Florida seaside

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Above: Slip-covered dining chairs and island counter stools nods to the beach style aesthetic. This look also helps to protect furnishings from wear and tear, while adding a crisp and clean feel to the space. The use of wood on the floors and ceiling infuses warmth into this beach home.

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Above: The kitchen features a custom designed stainless steel hood, which can be replicated by a custom cabinet designer in your area.

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RELATED: Coastal elegance defines this gorgeous Santa Rosa Beach home

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RELATED: Seaside cottage with stylish details in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

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Above: Love the idea of a swinging daybed on your porch? Have a look at this inspirational article that we featured for plenty of ideas and sources of where to buy these here: 26 Unbelievably Fabulous Swinging Bed Ideas For Your Porch.

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RELATED: Charming beach house boasts open and airy layout in WaterColor, Florida

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RELATED: Bayfront residence in Florida tastefully decorated with natural light

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Photos: Jack Gardner Photography

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Niles

Oh, another living room, dining room, kitchen rectangle, yawn…

Margo Arnesen

My thoughts: Too much busy-ness going on the balconies; love love the bunkbed room; not sitting on a cold slab of marble to put my shoes on when I get out of bed; hate the metal staircase and that one black metal light fixture with arms the length of Florida, dang thing looks like a spider on steroids. Separate the kitchen, dining room and living area. Hate the way they all run together. Don’t want to smell brussel sprouts cooking while I watch TV or entertain. Seems cramped even with that horrid “open” style. Other than that, love most all… Read more »

Wanda

I think the house is lovely BUT I think the backsplash material used in the kitchen is going to be a nightmare. What are you going to do when spaghetti sauce splashes on that rough porous surface??

Laura Johnston

Absolutely stunning decor. Simple, yet very calming and serene.