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I love touring houses and do it when ever I get the chance. I was so excited today to be able to tour the Coastal Living Showhouse at Cinnamon Shore in Port Aransas. I coordinated everything I had to do on this trip to the beach house with being able to see this gorgeous place. So very happy they could make a mid week appointment to show it to me! The house is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and by appointment at other times, until The Sunday after Thanksgiving. It’s definitely worth the visit to see the latest in coastal architecture and design.
On to the pics:
Some things to note:
The light coming into the house at 2:30 in the afternoon was lovely and the water was a gorgeous blue. The decks allowed a great view. The lower level has gorgeous wood look light colored plank tiles. The upper levels have light colored wide plank wood floors. The shiplap walls were crisp and made the main areas feel light and bright. I really liked the textures used in the house from the shiplap walls, to the wall paper to the use of tile. All the bathrooms had amazing unique tile – my favorite is in the room with the soaking tub. I really liked the AZEK decking. Loved the layout – it was a 3500 square foot house and there were plenty of inviting places to gather for conversation. It also had amazing 1700 square feet of porches. You can read more about the house and get all the official details in the November 2015 issue of Coastal Living Magazine.
My takeaway – I really need shiplap walls…somewhere….