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House with a coastal chic vibe offers relaxed living on Davis Island, Florida

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BDG Architects along with Monogram Builders was commissioned to create a home with a coastal chic vibe located on Davis Island, a Tampa neighborhood and archipelago in Hillsborough County, Florida. The project called for classically coastal interiors with transitional finishes and furniture selections to create a calming, one-of-a-kind home.

Studio M Interior Design is responsible for the seaside-inspired interiors of this two-story home. Shades of blue and sun-drenched whites, along with naturally-inspired fabrics and finishes together help create the ultimate coastal cool. Expressing the beauty of the shore into a relaxing retreat is what this coastal project has aimed to inspire.

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Above: The exterior trim color is Super White PM-1 | Benjamin Moore. The exterior paint color is Homestead Green AC-19 | Benjamin Moore. The roof is galvanized tin. TIP: If you are looking for a brighter, snowier white trim for your home, try Decorator’s White CC-20 | Benjamin Moore. 

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Above: The wall paint color in the entry is Ocean Air 2123-50 | Benjamin Moore. The artwork on the wall was commissioned by a local artist in Tampa Bay named Alberto Murillo. Illuminating the art work, is a picture light by Visual Comfort: 18″ Cabinet Maker’s.

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Above: The table is a 60″ Round Table by Hickory White’s Anthology collection #480-10 shown in Aquamarine finish. 

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Above: The color scheme details: Wainscotting: Benjamin Moore “Super White” (PM-1). Beige: Benjamin Moore “Clay Beige” (OC-11). Blue: Benjamin Moore “Ocean Air” (2123-50).

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Above: The wood flooring is solid oak. The drapery fabric is Justine Stripe in Dawn Blue/Oyster from Opuzen Design. On the walls, the paint color is Clay Beige OC-11 | Benjamin Moore. Illuminating from above, the light fixture is the Venus Chandelier by Currey & Company.

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What We Love: This home offers a fantastic coastal chic vibe with a soothing color palette and relaxed yet refined living spaces. The outdoor living spaces are just as incredible, with an inviting swimming pool and plenty of patio space for lounging and entertaining  while enjoying the tranquil seaside setting.

Tell Us: What details in this seaside home caught your eye and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our most popular home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign in the state of Florida: Coastal chic shingle-style gambrel home in sunny Florida and Casual meets elegance in this coastal style Florida home.

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Above: The cabinet is called the 4 Door Bakery Cabinet by Bobo Intriguing Objects. The trim paint color used throughout the home (and a go-to color choice for the interior designer) is Super White PM-1 | Benjamin Moore. The wall sconce is actually a wall mounted hurricane with candles — Global Views Grand Fret Hurricane. The farmhouse trestle table is custom, as are the dining chairs, however they are manufactured by Hickory White. 

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Above: Adding an elegant touch to this beach chic dining room is the Oly Studio Serena Capiz Shell Chandelier. 

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Above: The paint color in the kitchen is Ocean Air 2123-50 | Benjamin Moore. The island is 10-feet wide, and the overhang is 27″ deep. 

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Above: The sofa is from Hickory Chair called the Silhouettes sectional. The fan was sourced from Monte Carlo Fans. On the walls, the paint color is Ocean Air 2123-50 | Benjamin Moore.

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Above: The white on the ceiling is Super White by Benjamin Moore and the walls feature Phillip Jeffries grasscloth wallcovering. 

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Above: The shells framed art (18in. x 22in.) above the stairwell were designed by Meridith Martens from North Carolina, found at Trow Bridge Gallery. On the walls, the paint color is Clay Beige OC-11 | Benjamin Moore. The chair is from Marketplace Interiors in Tampa, Florida. The chandelier is the Currey and Company 9010 Waterloo – Eight Light Chandelier, Washed Gray Finish.

 Staircase Design Details:

Baluster: Biltmore Series #2500; poplar, painted
Post: Newel Post; custom combination
Handrail: Colonial Series #6010 Solid Oak
Round Rosette: Model #7127 (where handrail meets wall)

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Above: In the master bedroom, the walls and ceiling are clad in wallpaper. Walls: Phillip Jeffries; 5214-Moroccan Sand; Glam Grass
Ceiling: Phillip Jeffries; 5213-Maldive Blue; Glam Grass. On the ceiling, the coffer beams are pieces of 1” x 6” flat board. The mirrored cabinet is called the Cleo from Hickory Chair. It has an antique ivory finish. On the floor, the carpeting is Masland Carpets: Style: Charmant – 9214, Color: Sea Spray – 427. The light fixture is the Heaven I Chandelier by Fire Farm Lighting.

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Above: In the master bathroom, the wall paper is Romo’s “Pinkerton” wallcovering in “Alpine” from their Samsara collection — installed horizontally. The sinks are DECOLAV Round White Vitreous China Semi-Recessed Vessel. Wall Sconces:
Hudson Valley 1711-PN 1 Light Wall SconceKings Point Collection.

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Above: In the children’s bedroom, the wall paint color is Mild Blue SW 6533 – Sherwin-Williams. The doors and trim were done in Super White PM-1 | Benjamin Moore.

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Above: The pool deck features travertine stone pavers that were locally sourced in Tampa.

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Above: This spectacular swimming pool was made of gunite. The outdoor spaces lends a coastal chic vibe to this fabulous dwelling.

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Photos: Daniel Newcomb

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Karen Rudisell
7 days ago

This home is the most perfectly decorated home I have ever seen, and I look at fabulous homes everyday.