A charming beachfront home on Cape Cod with a playful nautical vibe


This spectacular beachfront family home was interior designed by Tharon Anderson Design, located in Brewster Park, a picturesque town in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Encompassing 3,250 square feet of living space, this summery seaside home offers five bedrooms for this young family of five with an extra space to host guests.

A sentimental place for its owners, the husband grew up spending his summers here and wanted to share that experience with his own three children. The designers embarked on the project with this endearment in mind. Continue below to see the rest of this cozy beach house…


The house is situated amongst the dunes, overlooking the beach and famous Brewster flats. Understanding long days would be spent on the beach, it felt appropriate for the interiors to feel like an extension of its natural surroundings. The designers focused on layering casual materials such as cotton and linen fabrics in white, classic blues, and seafoam greens with jute and sisal rugs.


Above: A flatweave indoor-outdoor rug can be shaken off from sand and debris and easily be thrown into the wash. Wood oak flooring was selected for its durability and character. For the staircase, tempered glass was used in lieu of spindles to keep the entry feeling light and airy. The millwork is painted in Boothbay Gray HC-165 | Benjamin Moore.


White walls serve as a backdrop to bold splashes of color throughout the home, everything from navy to green and orange hues. To protect against sandy feet, the designer selected forgiving materials such as cement floor tiles, woven-grass rugs, and thick canvas upholstery. 


The designer selected busy patterns to help minimize any stains or spills that may happen over the course of time. Cushions are protected with stain repellent, while slip-covered chairs can be taken off and washed. Slipcovered furnishings conceal wheels for sliding bulky furnishings around when needed.


Above: The kitchen features a cool blue and white nautical vibe. The cabinets are painted in a high-gloss Newburyport Blue HC-155 by Benjamin Moore which can be easily wiped down. The countertops are hard, nonporous quartz which is repeated in the bathrooms.


What We Love: This cozy seaside home offers a fabulous family-friendly design with comfortable living spaces and an indoor-outdoor living environment. Spaces were designed with a wonderful flow that makes everyday living and entertaining a breeze. We are especially loving the colorful coastal elements throughout this home, from the beautiful blue and white color palette in the kitchen to the bold palette in the kid’s spaces.

Tell Us: What are your favorite design elements in this beachfront home in Cape Cod? Let us know in the Comments, we enjoy reading your feedback!

Note: Take a look at a couple of other incredible Cape Cod home tours that we have showcased here on One Kindesign: Saltbox home features nautical-inspired elements in Cape Cod and Cape Cod-style cottage radiates with pops of sunshine yellow.






Above: The powder room features an uplifting splash of sunshine with its graphic wallpaper. A concrete sink and backsplash accommodate a wall-mounted faucet. On the ceiling, raked pine siding brings warmth into this small space.


Above: The designer created a calming palette in the primary bedroom, adding color to the walls and applying neutrals to the rest of the space.








Above: The boy’s bedroom has a playful nautical vibe and bunk beds that can host visiting cousins.



The owners and their kids spend a lot of time entertaining in this fabulous beach house. Rooms harmoniously flow from one to the next and spill out onto this expansive deck that overlooks the water. For this busy family, most nights end with an outdoor fire, gazing at the sunset, and enjoying a glass of wine.


Above: All-weather outdoor furnishings were selected to stand up to the salty breezes coming off the ocean. The lounge chairs provide a relaxing spot for adults to hang out while the kids play.


Above: The deck offers alfresco dining, with glass hurricanes that protect the candles from being flow out from the wind. They also bring a touch of sophistication compared to using lanterns.


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Sarah Naranjo
2 years ago

Love all the colors.