Now that we’ve hit the first day of summer, it’s time to think about those summer getaways! Here in Minnesota where I grew up, the Land of 10,000 Lakes, my childhood summers were spent near water. Whether it was a family cabin or a resort on one of Minnesota’s pristine lakes, summertime meant casual fun peppered with swimming, boating, and sandcastles.
The beach house/coastal lifestyle is prevalent all over the country – from Minnesota to Martha’s Vineyard, to Malibu, and everywhere in between. With it comes an entire genre of design possibilities. Here I will show off some gorgeous coastal palettes, textures, and Dura Supreme door styles that lend themselves to this aesthetic.
Here we see an oceanside kitchen mixing our White painted cabinetry with Pewter accent on our Craftsman Panel door style and our Silverton door style in Knotty Alder with our Cashew stain. Don’t miss those awesome water views – install a window as your backsplash and bring the outdoors inside!
Another great example of whites mixed with true brown, wood tones is shown below with Dura Supreme’s Carson door style painted Linen White, and Knotty Alder samples in Feather and Coriander stained finishes. Shiplap is also an obvious pairing for this style.
Below in this casual gathering area off the kitchen we see lots of natural textures in the sisal rug and the seagrass wallpaper behind the TV, all connecting with the adjacent outdoor living space. Muted, watery blues and browns round out this Florida palette along with Classic White painted Dura Supreme cabinetry and a shiplap ceiling.
Here we see a casual, boho coastal look in this family room with great use of texture, natural materials, and a stunning color palette.
Dura Supreme Cabinetry develops a Curated Color Collection of 6-7 on-trend paint finishes every couple of years, keeping up with current trends and making it easier for designers to select the perfect hue. Below are 3 different blues from our current Curated Colors including a dark, naval blue, a muted/grayish blue, and a more stormy-sea blue.
Dura Supreme also recently launched a new Textured TFL cabinets, which lends itself well to this style. Below we see our Dash door style in Lodge Oak Textured TFL, giving the look of weathered wood. A playful, tri-panel cabinet door with just the right amount of dimension and wood grain, ready to pair with whites, blues, or greens.
Achieving the perfect look for your beach home has never been easier. With so many coastal-inspired finishes and door styles offered by Dura Supreme, it’s hard to go wrong!