Beach House Tour: Daniel Island, South Carolina Beach House

This Daniel Island South Carolina beach house has a summery vibe that’s able to be enjoyed year-round with the colorful and fun color palate found throughout. 

Before you go crazy trying to find the house colors- here you go. The exterior paint color is Sherwin-Williams SW2116 Falling Star/ trim paint color is Sherwin-Williams SW7006 Extra White and the shutter paint color is Sherwin-Williams WW7614 St. Bart’s. The kitchen balances pale gray coastal cabinets with white walls and a pop of color in the accessories.  A little trick to make the dining room feel like an extension of the attached screened porch, the ceiling was painted a matching sky blue color.  The vibrant and colorful coastal color story continues into the living room, with bright aqua and yellow fabrics. The office is filled with bright bold patterns that can't make you feel anything but happy when looking at them. The master bedroom is soothing with the soft coastal textures, neutral walls and pops of color. The slipcovered headboard gives a comfy casual feel to the room. Cool green and blue patterns give this guest room an inviting coastal vibe. Reclaimed wood ceiling and an industrial ship light add a coastal touch to this hallway for big style. The mud room has a nautical feel with the ship bouys and netting. Between the views and the beautiful architecture you won't want to leave this coastal retreat.

Beach House Tour: Daniel Island, South Carolina Beach House

Comments

suzanne chabot
10 months ago
WoW! Sooooooooooo beautiful!
Carol Kitchin
10 months ago
So sorry to hear of his passing ... he certainly looked like someone who was full of life. Prayers offered for those that were touched by his passing.
Angie Arnsbarger
10 months ago
This looks good will be making this could use shrimp or salmon
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