In Provincetown of Massachusetts, small coastal cottage overlooks scenic Wharf of Captain Jack, once the haunt of writers Tennessee Williams and Eugene O’Neil. We will observe each detail in this small coastal cottage to get inspirations. Let’s start from the living room décor. The walls of the living room cottage are coated in Basket Case in Phillip Jeffries which has a brawny texture, “says Frank Roop, the designer of this project. The texture holds its own against the bulky beadboard. The gray custom sofa is sheathed in Brasilia of Manuel Canova attracts guests to take a rest and shore up their feet on the root table with a vintage accent or over the custom ottoman, coated in a fabric of Designer Guild.
The living room of this small coastal cottage has a stunning fireplace which is painted in White Wisp in Benjamin Moore to have a match look with the woodwork. Bentwood chairs in vintage style are dressed in Raoul Textiles by Raoul Tweed. The seating set migrates around the open-plan living room. A cobalt blue lampshade tops a silver anchor sconce in a stylish way; the lighting fixture is from Blanche P. Field. After seeing that stunning living room, let’s move to the breakfast nook. In this area, the banquette is coated in Fiona of Mauel Canova and animated with some chic pillows in Panaro, Rosario and Lys. All the pillows are from Designers Guild. They truly enliven this breakfast nook display.
Coastal accent is showcased by many decorative items which are embedded on the wall surface. The wall area in subtle blue becomes such a feature wall with some decorative displays such as the painting with frame. The corner space is fitted with an extended L-shaped sofa with a tufted accent. A table with square table top and some armless chairs complete the display of the breakfast nook. A pendant with some white lampshades and small sconces is hung modestly over the dining table. Breakfast nook can’t be separated with the cooking space, so let’s move to the area to more inspirations.
Coastal accent can be seen clearly from the authentic porthole windows which are arranged neatly in a horizontal line. They are inset in the subway blue tiles of the kitchen backsplash, which is clothed in Jute glass tile of Ann Sacks. Counters of Honed granite look like slate but they are more durable. Over the porthole windows, there is a stunning white wooden cabinet to store much tableware. Those are some impressive rooms in this small coastal cottage.
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