Remember the countertops and cabinets we talked about being installed in the Coastal Living Magazine Ultimate Beach House? Well, most of them are in place and we’ve got all the pictures for you!
The vanity countertops you see are silestone countertops of the highest quality. Brizo faucets sit on top of them and give the house a classy, authentic look.
Showers and shower heads have also been put in place in all bathrooms in the idea house. Tile work has been completed as well and tiles from Pacific Tile are now in the bathrooms in the Ultimate Beach House.
On the exterior, Azek decks and railings are popping up in the courtyard and front porch. Pictures of that below as well.
As you can see, landscapers are working in the courtyard and around the house since we are nearing the construction deadline that is set for June 15.
One month later, on July 16, the Coastal Living Magazine Ultimate Beach House will be all finished on both the interior and exterior, and will be open for tours through October 30.
If you would like to visit Seabrook and tour the idea house, visit Seabrook Cottage Rentals to book your stay!
Enjoy the picture updates below!
Main Floor Cabinets & Countertops
Basement Cabinets & Countertops
Spa Steam Shower
First Floor Main Bedroom Bathroom
First Floor Main Bathroom
Courtyard & Fireplace
Walking through the Coastal Living Magazine Ultimate Beach House has had a totally new feeling lately.
The house feels more complete, like it is almost ready to welcome the crowds that will be touring it from July 16 – October 31. Construction is vivid in most places, yet the completed facets of each room take precedence for some reason. Here is an update of the progress straight from the Washington Coast!
The two chimneys for the inside and outside fireplace have been installed and completed. The interior fireplace continues out into a stainless steel chimney that sticks out parallel to the house on the south side. The outdoor masonry fireplace has a beautiful stone finish and sits nicely on top of the breezeway that connects the main house and guest house.
Right below the breezeway, an Azek deck is being put in, which will give the courtyard a more beachy feel. The deck on the front of the house that looks out to the ocean has also been completed, and is waiting for the railing on the edges.
Inside, cabinets supplied by J.Tribble continue to be installed throughout the house and are really adding a new dimension to the open space.
Painters are still working hard and have finished painting the guest house. A sign that said “stay out, wet paint” kept us away from snapping some photos inside the guest house, but will surely have them on the blog next week.
Downstairs, everything is ready for the sauna which arrived today and is going to be installed tomorrow.
We have over 20 pictures for you below, so hope you enjoy the update!
Stainless Steel Chimney