The Indoors Out crew paired reclaimed architectural elements with new building materials to craft a spa-like shower space.
The Indoors Out team brings the beach to Blog Cabin 2011, with a casual-chic gathering spot that brightens the backyard well into the night.
A staircase from the back deck leads to a cobblestone-paved patio and casual seating areas that take advantage of bay views.
Overlooking the front yard, the guest bathroom boasts a playful color palette paired with vintage-style furnishings and accessories.
A cozy nook situated on the home’s third floor provides a space to read or reflect.
Located on the floor that Matt Blashaw has coined the “family-friendly fun zone,” this gathering space is dedicated to play and relaxation.
A casual space to sprawl and enjoy movies, the family room incorporates Shaker-style design elements and cozy-chic furnishings.
A 14-foot, durable balcony visually expands the center hall, blurring the line between interior and exterior spaces.
The hotel-chic bathroom boasts a vintage-style soaking tub, a spa shower and custom touches that incorporate architectural salvage.
A canvas of white showcases custom design elements, from a fireplace mantel-turned-headboard to a library nook and window seat that boasts breathtaking views of Mobjack Bay.
Sherbet-colored walls and vintage schoolhouse accessories elevate the mood of this happy-chic sleeping space.
A guest bathroom carved out of what was once bedroom space offers glass-tiled surfaces and crisp, clean farmhouse-style fixtures.
With its own diagonal door leading to the second-floor balcony, the guest bedroom offers privacy as well as enviable bay views.
Farmhouse architecture is the focus of this second-floor space, which leads to front and back balconies and the home’s master suite and guest rooms.
A coastal-chic dining space, which faces south and boasts views down the Mobjack eastern shore, is tucked in a space that originally served as a farmhouse kitchen.