Monday, November 26, 2012
Built in Galveston's East end, this home is unique, with a tin roof and an ambiance fashioned after a fishing camp.
Wood beams, wood trim, brick fireplace, it has it all to create warmth in this coastal beach house.
Beautiful Galveston beach house with neat "fish camp" details that will have you hooked.
Wood ceiling beam and iron details give structure, while beige and cotton duck coverings make this space cozy and comfy for the entire family to gather.
Dark gray Kitchen open to the Dining space with large wood and iron table and cottage style chairs is a great area for the whole family to enjoy a meal.
The Master bedrooms is a change from all the wood and iron details throughout the house, it takes a turn for light and airy with white painted ceilings and blue and white slipcover chairs giving it a soft feel.
Guest room with sleeping nooks on either side of the room enough to fit all the grandkids in one room.
Giant back porch with dark wicker lounge and dining. A space perfect for playing cards with the family or enjoying the view with dinner.