Over this past week, the siding of the 2010 Coastal Living Ultimate Beach House has made significant progress! The East side of the beach home (which is also the back entrance to the house) has been fully completed with siding finished on the guest house and garage. Plenty of pictures from that below.
Only siding on the front of the house and a few patches on the North side are left to finish, which should be done within the next week or so.
In addition, the finishing touches on the outdoor fireplace (located in the courtyard between the main house and guest house) are being worked on and as soon as the fireplace is completed we will have pictures right here on the idea house blog.
Inside the oceanfront home, tiles are being put in the powder room & guest cottage, while trim work around the windows and glass doors continues. Interior doors for the main floor and second floor should be arriving today and their installation will begin first thing next week.
The cedar walls in the spa & sauna room in the basement are also moving along and you can see images of that below.
Hope you enjoy this week’s pictures, let us know what you think of the light-gray color siding of the Ultimate Beach House!
Spa Room & Sauna
If you’ve walked through the Coastal Living Magazine® Idea House lately, you’ve probably come out of it with an astonished look!
For more than a week now, the first floor of the beach house has been decorated with gorgeous-looking pine board walls all around the open area that is the living room and kitchen! You can see in the pictures below that the wooden walls of the main floor look magnificent and really add to the cabin feel of the Ultimate Beach House.
The basement of the house has also seen a lot of progress this week. When designer Lew Oliver initially drew up the floor plans for the idea house, one of the main features in the basement was a spa room with a sauna. This week, cedar boards were put up in the spa room and the sauna seems to be taking shape as well!
The media room, which is also in the basement, is waiting for the wallpapers after the walls were primed last week. Pictures of the media room have also been added to this post.
Probably the most colorful images we have put so far on this Ultimate Beach House blog are the master bedroom bathroom tiles. These reclaimed picturesque tiles are over 100 years old and come from an old house in France – courtesy of this project’s interior designer Tim Clarke. As the construction of the idea house nears completion, the designer team is eager to put their fingerprint on this amazing development out on the Washington coast.
The 2010 Coastal Living Magazine® Idea House really seems to be one for the ages.
Living Room & Kitchen Area
100 Years Old French Bathroom Tiles
Spa Room & Sauna
Kitchen Window View