I love love designer, Sarah Richardson’s casual, but stylish and elegant way of designing a home. That girl knows how to do it right from top to bottom and I am DVRing her recent new show, Sarah’s Summer House on HGTV, which is airing once a week, I think.
Her hubby owned this isolated summer home 17 miles offshore before they got married, that is pitched right on top of some rocks and dirt out in the middle of the sea in Canada. They decided to turn it into a family vacation home and Sarah took us all along on the process.
Wow, did it turn out fantastic! Wouldn’t it be nice to have a summer home like this? It’s only accessible by boat. Talk about getting away from it all. You could do some relaxing here.
From painting the walls and ceiling a whitewashed look, which she totally had to talk her hubby into, it’s been a pleasure watching this pregnant mama do her thing in this cottage home.
She walked through the process of choosing fabrics and mixing them up to create layers of interest and color throughout the cottage and used mostly green and blue hues to create that beach tranquility.
The kitchen episode was especially interesting, as she found those chippy blue boards that were later set into the front of the island for instant aging and vintage appeal. Love this! Those corbels under the island were also a flea market find which she took to the kitchen design folks and said, incorporate these.
I imagine her family will be whiling away some blissful summer days at this island cottage.
Didn’t that just make you breathe a sigh and dream of summer breezes in your own little island getaway? Me too!
A girl can dream!
Have you caught any episodes of Sarah’s Summer House? What did you think?