When you're all about that beach life, you design a home that's shaped like a nautilus shell. This restored 1972 home on Shelter Island is #vacationgoals.
According to the listing, this modernist home's first owner was a fashion designer, a trend that continues to this day in the popular vacation spot (Jonathan Adler once called it "totes chill" and the "anti-Hamptons").
The shell-shaped two bedroom, three bath has a sunken living room with fireplace and built-in seating.
The current owner, an artist, updated the space with clear cedar as well as glass and stone accents throughout.
Concrete counters, cedar accents, and floating cabinets can be found in the curvy kitchen.
The 1,450 square foot home overlooks Lily Pond, which accounts for 1.3 acres of the property. The saltwater pool is surrounded by an elevated patio and a pool cabana.
It's currently listed for $1.649 million.