When entertaining, it's great to have a lot of different places to gather, so, we love to incorporate a bar in our homes. For this project, we kept the style consistent with the rest of the home- modern with a bohemian edge. I love lighting and a bar is the perfect place to create a relaxed mood. This pendant has a Moroccan feel and looks great with the chevron tiled back wall. We also lit the inside of the cabinets, which gives soft texture to the space. I kept the palette relaxed, with different shades of white to complement the breezy, coastal feel of the home.
Pendant- Aidan Gray Sconce- Regina Andrew Rug- Dash & Albert Vase- One Kings Lane
Today, I'm continuing the tour of our Burnt Pine Lane home with a look at the Master Bathroom. I wanted this space to feel like a luxurious retreat- clean and modern with a bohemian edge to the style. We started the space with Carrara marble on the floors and in the shower. To soften the space we used painted pecky cypress on the vaulted ceiling and framed the windows with breezy, white linen curtains. I chose an upholstered bench for beneath the window and a woven blue and white basket for laundry.
The Moroccan mirrors add gorgeous curvilinear shape and shine in combination with the antiqued mirrored sconces.
When designing cabinetry, we're always thinking about making a space as beautiful as it is functional. An extra storage tower between the vanities is the perfect space for towels and other bathroom necessities.
We decided to tile the entire back wall of the tub area with a chevron mosaic carrara tile to give the space texture. Lighting is recessed above the wall and is perfect for an evening soak. I found this simple but large pendant to bring the whole space together. It's soft gold finish makes the whole space elegant without feeling like it's too much.
Mirrors- Wisteria Sconces- Currey and Co. Pendant- Visual Comfort Bench- Gabby
Basket- Serena & Lily
When you get to design your own home, you're able to choose all of the little details that make a space truly personal. Alex and I had so much fun with this project! The anchor of our home is the kitchen and we wanted it to be filled with tons of natural light. We filled it with windows, glass french doors and two huge infinity doors in the dining and living rooms that open to the swimming pool and outdoor living area. We spend ALL of our time here, with the doors wide open on beautiful days. Alex and I designed the island to look like a piece of furniture. We put shelves on the end for our collection of platters and cookbooks and hand carved a gorgeous design into the heavy pieces of wood that frame the sides. The open glass cabinets are the perfect spot for storage and make the whole space feel so warm and welcoming. We used our trademark cypress cabinetry and brought in a modern element by tiling the entire back wall in a carrera mosaic. The dark cabinetry is the perfect backdrop for our larger pieces of white coral, heirloom silver and white dishes. I think the gold pendants add the perfect bit of polish and the burnished gold hardware ties it all together.
Counters- Bianca Macaubus Quartzite Stools- Lee Industries Pendants- Visual Comfort Rug- One Kings Lane Range- Wolfe Refrigerator- Sub Zero
Old Seagrove Homes was created out of a chance meeting one summer night on a roof deck overlooking the beach in 2007. While Alex was already running a construction company, Cynthia had studied fine arts and design. Three children and many projects later, the couple knew that what had started out as a construction company, was quickly growing into something much more. Today, Alex and Cynthia Rice work together as a design team, building inspiring homes from conception to construction and custom finishes. Thanks for following along with us!