Beach House of Kay Douglass

4.30.2009

More today on Kay Douglass... her family's beach house in Rosemary. Just lovely.


*images from Coastal Living

17 comments:

paula said...

I just adore Rosemary. This home is amazing. The basket light is what I can not get enough of. I wounder if I could make one...

Amy said...

oooh, i too would like a beach house in rosemary. now i just need an extra million bucks.

Kotori said...

I want a beach house like that. Imagine sitting on that porch watching the waves **sigh**

Jennifer said...

especially love the bathroom vanity!

Hill Country House Girl said...

Just discovered your blog and love it! I dream of a coastal home one day and following your posts will enrich my fantasy! Thanks!

Pink Wallpaper said...

her design makes my mouth drool...

LindsB said...

Wow, I think I just saved every one of those images to my inspiration files- I love the bed-swing thing on the porch, the slipcovered side chairs, the single headboard for two twin beds, and the double sink dresser piece in the bathroom. Great post!!!!

Robyn said...

love Rosemary Beach!!

megan said...

I love the swinging bed and high back bench, and I want that bathroom! The hardware is awesome!

Haven and Home said...

Sigh. There are no words. Wonderful!

rightbank said...

Wow! That's two amazing houses. Does she have anymore? :)

Mimi said...

Love the white sofa with the black and white stripe pillow, and of course the beautiful hydrangeas.

Things That Inspire said...

I just returned from the Symphony Showhouse, where Kay Douglass did a room. Have you seen it?

bluehydrangea said...

Another great post! I have got to turn off this computer and go to bed but I can't stop reading your blog!! Love this beach house! Love the twin beds with the shared headboard...

David said...

I love the way your beach house in Rosemary was designed. It showcases the atmosphere of the beach and its relaxing theme. I can remember last month when we also visited a house in San Diego and the owner told us that his architect used a laser scanning equipment to assure the house's blueprint designs be implemented.

We were curious about the method and he explained that the builders made use of computer to precisely cut and measure parts of the house. He also told us that the said procedure helped him have a good feedback from
inspection services even if he's house is more than 10 years from now.

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Abbie said...

It has always been my dream to have a vacation house. I have been looking for several rest houses here in Canada and perhaps I would like to have one like yours. This month, my husband and I are about to talk to a Calgary Mortgage Company to find out about the deals on housing.


Meanwhile, I'm happy to share that my best friend, Nikki just bought a rest house in Edmonton. Best mortgage deals awaits before the end of 2010. I just hope we can finish the deal so we can move in early next year.

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