Colorful Waterfront Home in Marblehead, Massachusetts
Last week we toured a house in Maine; today we’re heading a little further south to enjoy a colorful waterfront home in Marblehead, Massachusetts!
The grand staircase sets the stage for the rest of this amazing waterfront home. The white family room reveals more architectural details that are sure to wow anyone stepping into the room. A mullioned half moon window invites the sunshine to flood the room.
You’ll find hues of the beach and ocean in the shiplapped room. A pretty game card table cozies up in a corner of the room.
The waterfront home features a wood and cable wire staircase that’s more casual, but equally impressive, than the one seen in the foyer. I always wanted to live in a house with two stairways.
The light and bright dining room hints at the home’s proximity to the ocean. Red tulips mimic the color of the lobster art on the wall while the light wood table is reminiscent of nearby sandy beaches.
Just off the colorful kitchen is a cozy seating area by the fireplace. Perfect for a romantic evening and a shared bottle of wine. The bright walls are inspired the color of coral from the sea.
There are so many rooms in this colorful, waterfront home! Here’s another charming seating spot in soft coral tones and white. Texture in the room gives it a lot of dimension and character.
Navy blue makes its appearance in the more formal living room with a gorgeous fireplace.
The Marblehead home has several beautiful bedrooms. I especially like this one with its soft colors and feminine touches.
Look at the view from one of the other bedrooms! Can you imagine waking up to that every morning? I think I’d want to sleep with the doors open and listen to the waves and fall asleep to the scent of sea air.
Even the bathrooms are beautiful in this colorful, waterfront home. I love the quaint print of the wallpaper.
You can see more photos of this absolutely gorgeous waterfront home by Elms Interior Design over at Houzz.
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I think if I had the money to build and decorate a home like this I would take more care to make it look “put together” rather than such randomly placed items and furniture that don’t go with the home. To me it actually looks like an expensive hot mess.
I loved the beautiful colors used in each of the rooms, but truly not very cozy.
I must say I liked the architectural details of this home I couldn’t say much else for it. To me every room was individual with nothing tying any of it together. I took a look at the rest of the pictures and the kitchen was awful it looked like shutters for cabinet doors, why? Also when you have beautiful french doors going off the bedroom and place a piece of furniture right in front of it what is the point of that. You were describing listening to the sound of waves but pretty hard to when you can’t open the doors. All in all this home could of been better designed.