A 1930's beach cottage has been re-configured and updated. A new kitchen and ensuite/laundry have replaced the dated originals while worn floorboards were replaced with floating oak timber floors throughout. The redesign included moving walls to improve the flow between rooms and indoors and out.
The myriad of interior colours have been replaced with clean whites contrasted with charcoal steel louvred windows and bi-fold doors to new outside terraces. Large custom plantation shutters allow filtered light into the living and bedroom areas and create a laid back , holiday ambience.
An eclectic mix of furniture, with traditional period pieces, contemporary elements and vintage favourites add to the relaxed charm of this beachside house.