Hello Friends! If you visited the Coastal Living Beach Cottage during the tour, or have been keeping up with the process through social media- you may have noticed some of the original artwork we used. A couple of the pieces have been purchased but there is still some great ones left! Here is the information just in case you’ve been eyeing something in particular!
Give us a call if you’re interested! You can take one home with you! (We can also ship) 850.231.6755
“Surface”, Courtney Garrett Oil on Canvas 36” x 60” $4,200
“Corkscrews: Concertina & Peg and Worm”, Barbara Cosgrove 30.5×26.5 $673 each
“Dune Lake Cloud”, Nancy Hughes Miller oil on linen 18×18 $800
“Blue Gulf I & II”, Nancy Hughes Miller oil on canvas 20×20 $900
“All Fall Down II”, Elizabeth Hawke 30×24 $475
“Sleeping Girl Must Wake”, Courtney Garrett Oil on Canvas 36” x 48”
“Blue Forest”, Justin Gaffrey 72×48 $9,500
“Non Dueling Birds”, Justin Gaffrey 48×60 $8,000
“Unoticed but a Perfect Afterglow”, Mallory Page 72×72 acrylic on canvas in a custom beveled frame $18,000
“A Current Situation”, Allison Wickey 36×36 $2,250
The issue of Coastal Living featuring the beach cottage is out and on newsstands now! It is the December/January issue of the magazine. To celbrater I thought I would share some of my favorite photos with all of you out in blogland. All of these shots are by Jean Allsopp and the styling is by Lynn Nesmith (AKA Eleanor).
First up is the master bedroom. To prefice this you should know that my husband, Mark, is an urban designer. Therefore Mark is a lover of maps, neighborhoods, towns, etc. So he came up with this idea to have a map of Seagrove, Seaside, and part of Watercolor as a large piece of art in the master. That mixed with the hombre drapes and all versions of gray and white in the room it really makes a statement. The bedroom is strong yet soothing… a great combination to me for a master.
Next up the Master Bath. I am obsessed with this wall paper from my friend Meg Braff. It is out of this world. And to top that off the black lacquered cabinet by Kay Fuller and sons. I have always wanted to use and black lacquer cabinet in a bathroom and now I have! I think all designers have a list of items like this that they are trying to incorporate in a future project. I love it when I get the opportunity. And to finish it off the Allison Wickey painting…
Ok. That is it for tonight. Off to pick up the in laws at the airport for Thanksgiving. More to come…
Don’t forget the house is on tour through this Sunday Nov 29 from 11am-5pm (except Thanksgiving). Come by if you can!
46 Forest Street in Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
It is really in Seagrove but you have to type Santa Rosa Beach for gps.
This is the last week the home is on tour so to make it extra special we decorated it for Christmas! Let me get the logistics out of the way first. The tours are every day from 11-5 through Sundsy Nov 29th (except Turkey Day!!). Ok back to Christmas…. I say “we” because I had lots of elves. Thank you Lynn, Christi, Jenny, Blaine, Mom, Aunt Kem, Stella and Ilza! Y’all are the best! We started with the room colors, the boxes of past Christmas items I owned, natural cuttings from yards 😁, and lots of energy. I like Christmas decorations to reflect your home. So these decorations respond to the environment they are in. To preanswer a few questions… The greenery and tree are real. The tree came from Home Depot and the wreaths and garland from lowes (they get points for being the only ones with their natural Christmas ready to sell)…. Ok Jenny might have helped the guy unpacking the boxes to get the wreaths and garland out because she was the first Christmas buyer at both stores. The sled is from a family Christmas trip to North Carolina in 1978. And the last fact before the photos Christi, Lynn and Jenny did “enhance” the wreaths and garland with spruce and magnolia. I find that store bought wreaths are a good base but are never full enough. The photos start from the beginning to the finished decorations. Now onto the photos….
Now back to preparing for Thanksgiving!
Hey y’all! It’s Paige here. Just wanted to share a few more shots around the beach cottage. It is still on tour Thursday through Sunday 11-5pm through Nov 29th. Then thanksgiving week it is open every day from 11am-5pm except Turkey Day. Tours are $20 and a portion of the proceeds go to Alaqua Animal Refuge, Food for Thought, and The Seaside Rep. The issue of the magazine hits newsstands next week!
Here are a few shots I have taken over the last few weeks. (These are from my iPhone)
I’ll add more shots over the next weeks. Come see us!
46 Forest Street
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
(It is in old Seagrove but GPS you have to use Santa Rosa Beach)
What are you doing tomorrow? Impromptu #tracery book book signing at the #clbeachcottage from 11:30-1 on Thursday. Coastal Living Beach Cottage located at 46 Forest Street in Seagrove. @30astyle and I will be there! Come for a book, a tour or both. Tour is from 11-5 and signing is 11:30-1. See you tomorrow!
Hi All! The Coastal Living Beach Cottage Tours are in full swing. Make your plans to come tour the house!
Thursday through Sunday every week now through November 22nd 2015
Special Days during Thanksgiving Week
Open Monday November 23rd, Tuesday November 24th, Wednesday November 25th, Closed Thursday for Thanksgiving. Then open Friday November 27th, Saturday November 28th, and Sunday November 29th.
(special note: The house will be decorated for Christmas starting on Thursday November 19th through Sunday Nov 29th)
46 Forest Street
Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
(we are located in the heart of Old Seagrove but we are unincorporated so everyone down here along 30A is Santa Rosa Beach on GPS – this has confused a few people)
$20 a person to tour
A portion of the proceeds benefit Alaqua Animal Refuge, Food for Thought and Seaside Repertory Theatre which are all some of my favorite local nonprofits.
And here is my hand drawn map…
and a link to the pdf
We hope to see you there!