My family and friends all know that one of my most favorite places on earth is Seaside, Florida. I am in the mood to go there again. Actually, I am always in the mood to go there. Since that is not possible right now, I thought that I might “visit” by looking at some beautiful vacation rentals.
This first one is part beach house, part Victorian Savannah home, and completely wonderful. I have grown tired of spare decorating….by that I mean sometimes “more is just more.” I do not know the owners of the property and I am not publicizing the home for any reason other than I think that it is so pretty. If you think so, too, you can find more information about it at VRBO.com#259633. (Vacation Rental By Owner)
The rental site says that it is just blocks from the beach. Actually, I wouldn’t need to go to the beach!
The porch would be my destination.
Or, the bedroom which is done in shades of white would be just as fine. I wonder where the circular stairway leads?
The natural light must be so lovely in the early morning. I am not an early morning person, but for this house, I would set the alarm for an early wake up.
The claw foot tub is such a generous size. I wonder if it is a vintage tub?
The eclectic furnishings say, “Come on in and put your feet up.” Note the high ceiling.
This looks like a charming Victorian inspired bath. Note the interesting shower/tub area.
I love the amoire that appears to be banded with bamboo. The transoms continue to let in natural light.
This room would be perfect for a daughter and son-in-law!
I think that the next room should be for our two grand daughters. Maybe I would have to stay here, too.
A girl should have an afternoon nap on this hammock.
You might arrive needing a massage, but you wouldn’t need one when you left!
Our oldest daughter, the tree hugger, would love this porch.
I understand that some people go to Seaside for the beach and not the architecture. Here is what awaits about 600 feet away.
Once upon a time our family went to Seaside and rented a home. This photo of the Tupelo Pavilion was taken by our daughter.
I’ll leave you daydreaming of sitting in one of these Adirondack chairs enjoying a cool breeze.
Create and be happy.