A whitewashed cottage by the sea is a pretty ideal place to call home. This is especially true when the cottage is a beautifully renovated 19th century net loft painted in muted, coastal hues. The owners of the house clearly have a knack for details, from small touches of colored glass, to an array of textures in every room, to artful light fixtures. It's a lived-in, elegant space that has new details to discover wherever you look.
- Muted colors and a floor made from wide scaffolding boards make for a serene space to read a paper.
- The kitchen is a seamless mix of worn wood, streamlined white fixtures, and silver accents.
- Vintage details abound, such as the glass panels in the bedroom door, adding a sense of history and one-of-a-kind design to the home.
Take the full tour at House to Home.
(Images: Paul Massey for Living Etc.)