The designer, Amy Studebaker uses white as the primary palette for the lake house’s interior and adds warmth and dimension to the house by using a variety of warm textures, designer worthy antique furniture and pops of color. The backyard has an incredible view of the lake, and if you think the house wows you, the infinity pool will leave you drooling, the pool is stunning and looks like it melts right into the lake. …so beach pretty.
This gorgeous colonial beach house in Swapscott, Massachusetts is literally on the edge of a rocky cliff, and the ocean views are endless. SV Designs, decided to design a house that wasn’t a traditional coastal home, and to achieve this, they created a bright and airy interior. They started by adding more windows to bring in extra light, and to balance the moody ocean blues they added warm furnishing and pops of color to the interior.
At Herlong & Associates our goal is to set ourselves apart through our pursuit of perfection in architecture and interior design, and the entire conduct of our business. This house in Charleston, South Carolina is a testament to Herlong Architects philosophy, the house did not overtake the yard, but looks like it complements the setting..so BeachPretty.
About twenty years later, Wyman Richardson wrote a third classic of Cape Cod literature, The House on Nauset Marsh, that helped propel the character of the area to almost mythical status. Such wide recognition of a special place within a special region helps us understand why a desire to build and live here today remains one of the most deeply held convictions of those who love the eastern shore of Cape Cod.
Nestled on a large corner site bordering Penniman Creek is this new transitional 6,000 square foot shingle style home, designed with easy summer living in mind for a young family. The near 3-acre property includes a dock with Ocean access and ample space for outside summer entertaining, featuring a pool, pergola for dining, and over 1,250 square feet of terrace…..
On a narrow lot fronting a protected bay in Tulum, Mexico, is designed to be fully self-sufficient, and to work in concert with its unique site. A path leads from a mangrove marsh, through a palm grove, into a main living space that can be fully opened. The path then continues to the beach beyond. The distinction between interior and exterior dissolves, and house and site merge to become part of one continuous experience…..more