Please enjoy this guest post on Seaside kitchens –
Hi! I’m Joanna, a guest blogger for Design Shuffle, a top online resource created for interior designers, architects and design enthusiasts. My job allows me to spend my days sharing the most beautiful spaces with blog readers such as you. Thanks to Conscious Kitchen for allowing me to share Seaside Kitchens with you today. Who wouldn’t love a seaside view while preparing meals for family and friends? I would absolutely love the chance to cook up some fresh fish and veggies in a kitchen like one of those below. What would your seaside dream kitchen look like? Take a look at the kitchens below to get some terrific interior design ideas for your space.
This Hampton’s kitchen has a beachy feel, from the shells sitting atop the range hood to the iridescent blue subway tile. I particularly love the fridge which blends so beautifully with the kitchen’s cabinetry.
Sea foam green on furniture, tile and accessories makes for a fresh approach to a seaside kitchen. Multiple windows let the natural light in giving the space an almost ethereal quality.
The lightest touch of green makes this eat-in kitchen crisp and inviting making it the perfect space for grabbing breakfast before spending a day on the beach. The dark counter tops are an interesting choice, but they do add a sophisticated element.
The most charming of the kitchen designs pictured here, this one really makes you want to grab a pan and make an omelet. How about you, does it give you an interior design ideas of your own?
A sunny yellow tops a sea foam blue tile backsplash and artwork. The dark floor adds lots of contrast anchoring the predominately white space.
This beach house kitchen, featured in Coastal Living, boasts sea green cabinetry and black marble countertops. Interestingly, it looks from first glance like a farmhouse décor. On second glance, it has quite a few modern elements.
This surreal eat-in kitchen right on the beach makes me so envious! I imagine sitting and having a quick bit before heading out for a walk on the beach, especially on a sunny day such as this one. This one will definitely make it to the beach house decorating ideas file.
An all-white space gets a few touches of color from the skirted toile and a single platter with the image of a ship on it. The eat-in space is surrounded by windows for a nice cheerful ambiance. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
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