Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Cowabunga Bedrooms

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Who wants to sleep at the Coast? Actually, I do. I love a good nap on vacation. So, in my opinion, bedrooms are important and they need to have a coastal flair. This is one of the guestrooms in the bungalow. The duvet is Pottery barn and the lobster pillow is from Stein Mart.

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This room has a little more of a girlie feel with the salmon colors, pie safe and dainty medal nightstand.
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We changed out the lampshade with one from World Market to match the pillow cases and the large conch shell also brings in some color. The neutral white walls keep it light and bright and always work well with a wood floor.
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We went darker in this room bringing out the dark blue in the bedding. My boys can't wait to sleep in here or I should say watch TV since there is a flat screen across from the bunks, something they don't have in their rooms at home.
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Keeping everything else light in the room balances out the dark walls. I love the whimsical fish.
The bunks are from IKEA and are super sturdy. I can't handle my kids on a rickety top bunk!
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The master bedroom is painted with Sherwin Williams Oyster Bay. The headboard in this bedroom as well as the girlie room were custom made.
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I love the orange dresser and will get a better picture of it next time. The TV was being installed and it had a mess of wires above it. We also didn't have time to iron....OOOPS.

There is one more bedroom, well more of a guest suite really, on the bottom floor that I will share later. It was not quite ready for pictures this time. It is completely nautical and the custom made bed is amazing. I can't wait to share it with you. Tomorrow, I will post some pictures of the living, dining and kitchen area. You won't want to miss it. If you liked the kitchen in the Keylime Cottage, you'll really like this.

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