Colorful Beach House in TRADhome

* Y'all this post took forever as I waited about one minute and 45 seconds for each page of the 226 page Spring issue of TRADHome to load (might be my internet).  You're welcome.  In the meantime, Edward ate ice cream for breakfast and watched 4 episodes of the 1970s Godzilla cartoons.  It was worth it though! There were lots and lots of pretties, so this will be a two-parter.

First up, my favorite spread in the issue featuring this fun, bright Coronado Island beach house by Taylor Borsari.  As much as I love a simple all-white clean palette, I have to say this has me craving color and pattern.  

This would be such a happy getaway!

More of my faves tomorrow!


  1. Love this house!!! A little ice cream for breakfast and a few Godzilla cartoons never hurt anyone! Hope you are feeling well.

  2. i NEED the wallpaper in that guest room. Amazing.

  3. Love this, great fresh and crisp and welcoming with a bohemian vibe, love the green!

  4. Jennifer, I would gladly live in that beach house. xoxo,Susie

  5. Absolutely gorgeous!! I cannot wait to see more, thank you Jennifer! :)

    The Glam Pad

  6. Great post! Loved this on the beach homes! Especially since we are at ours right now for Memorial Day! There is just something about a beach home and a patriotic holiday!

  7. We appreciate your suffering for us :-) Colour and pattern always great. I used to be a confirmed lover of le blanc - always right, and (always safe). But the English and American fearlessness has emboldened and enlightened me. Love.

  8. I could move right in to this home...and its in the perfect location!


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