A holiday cottage in Aldeburgh, Suffolk located close to the sea.
Blue units, granite worktops and bright, deckchair striped blinds, create a subtle seaside theme in the kitchen.
An extra-wide doorway links the kitchen with the dining room for an open feel. The sky blue units match the dining furniture, bringing the two areas together. The bespoke table and benches with quirky blue legs add a funky look.
A bespoke table and benches with quirky blue legs teamed with contemporary chairs create a fresh, funky look.
Wooden flooring creates a practical floor solution in the busy family room, and a coffee table with storage beneath allows clutter to be tidied away out of sight.
In the other sitting room, a period fireplace creates an attractive focal point, while coastal accessories emphasise the beach-chic feel.
The pretty main bedroom is decorated in pastel pinks and whites. A plain pine dressing table has been updated with a lick of mint-green paint.
A dark wood bed ties in with the exposed beams in this attic bedroom. Blue and white bedding, woolly throws and a candy-striped blind continue the relaxed coastal theme.
A simple white bathroom suite, teamed with nautical pictures and accessories, looks great in this seaside cottage.