Southern Beach House with Natural Light

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Last Sunday we received six inches of snow. Today it’s going to be 70 degrees and sunny. Welcome to spring in Illinois! I’m embracing today’s good fortune and celebrating with a tour of a beautiful Southern beach house!

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

In true Southern fashion, the beach house enjoys a double decker porch with haint blue ceilings. Such a pretty place to sip iced tea and watch the world go by.

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Transom windows above the front door allow plenty of natural light to shine in. I love the natural wood ceilings and the way they add warmth to the entryway.

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

What a gorgeous dining room. Everything from the chandelier to the wall of French doors to the pretty dining table and chairs.

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

A cozy nook serves as a home office. Soft blue and white fabric lends softness to the sunny spot.

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Rustic wood ceiling beams add texture in the kitchen, along with the metal range hood. 

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Sandy color decorates one of the bedrooms in the Southern beach home. Paired with white, it’s fresh and restful.

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

A kids bedroom adds a bit of blue to the sandy color to reflect the beach. A light fixture mimics a floating fish ball. And what kid wouldn’t love the built-in bunk beds?

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

A screened-in porch provides ample room to enjoy the outdoors without the nuisance of swatting away bugs. A fireplace warms things up on cool evenings. Such a beautiful house!

Southern Beach House with Natural LightPhoto by T.S. Adams Studio, Architects

Enjoy more photos of this Southern beach house by T.S. Adams Studio over at Houzz … and have a Happy Easter!!

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Southern Beach House with Natural Light

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