Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tiffany McWhorter













Coastal Living served up major eye candy in their latest issue with this darling Bald Head Island, North Carolina beach cottage belonging to Fred and Tiffany McWhorter, photographed here by Tria Giovan! Buying the home was a dream come true for the couple, who had to renovate (and use a lot of white paint!) to get things looking this dreamy! Fred is a home remodeler, and Tiffany a home decor shop owner, so you know they put a lot of love in this project! I love all of the blue/green accents and beachy touches throughout! The style was actually all inspired by the stunning glass-and-seashell chandelier custom made by North Carolina artist Louise Gaskill. Just beautiful! Read more about the home over here, watch a neat video tour with dramatic before and after photos here, and visit Tiffany's coastal decor store Room Service!

Sources
Chandelier and Kitchen Pendants: Louise Gaskill
Rugs: Dash and Albert
Driftwood Seahorse: Outer Banks Trading Group
Aqua Glass Table Lamps: Lamp Works
Dining chairs and barstools: Dovetail Furniture
Sofas: BSC
Wicker Coffee Table: Outer Banks Trading Group
Blue Coral Pillow on sofa: Design Legacy
Aqua Jute Fringe Pillows on bed: Lacefield Designs
Oyster Jute Fringe Pillows on bed: Lacefield Designs
Seahorse Pillow on bed:  Lacefield Designs
Lemongrass Pillows w/Twill Tape on bed: Lacefield Designs
Blue/Green Quilt - Unknown (let me know if you know!)


Love turquoise? Visit my shopping blog Everything Turquoise...updated several times throughout the day! Check out Decor by Color for even more color-themed shopping!

24 comments:

simplymodernhome.com said...

I want to spend the entire summer there! Beautiful!

Susan

http://simplymodernhome.com/

ana said...

These Beach houses are the best! love the bedrooms!

Rosamapose said...

This house seriously makes me want to be on a beach, a little bummed I'm in the middle of Manhattan as I type this instead!


Rose
Blonde in this City

Carolyn said...

This is adorable!

Leslie Stewart said...

Love this cottage! Gorgeous!
Leslie
House on the Way

Kathi said...

WOW! These photos make me want to paint my round dining room table white, buy a white quilt and white sofa and then add all of my turquoise collections!
Beautiful rooms!

Benedict August | Interiors & Design said...

These pictures make us want to go to the beach! So in love with the white and turquoise contrast!

LivingVintage said...

So many ideas from this one blog post! Love the architectural piece as a headboard, the headboard that was apparently made from an old door, the whimsical seahorse made from twigs (I assume), the post office painting, and the old corbels under the island overhang.

Heather Moore Grahling | Vivid Hue Home said...

major eye candy indeed. i can't get enough of this place. thanks for sharing! hope you're feeling great, erin!

feb122010 said...

OMG! I've found turquoise heaven. You can bet I'll be visiting your blog often.

Anonymous said...

Hi I love your home, could you tell me if those are slipcovers on your sofa, they are very nice thanks joy brwheart35@yahoo.com

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Joy,
According to the sources in the magazine article, the sofas come from BSC.

http://www.bestslipcovercompany.com/

Carla Aston said...

So cute. Love this home and how fresh it feels.

Anonymous said...

beautiful! love the pinkish/reddish quilt on bottom of bed. do you know where it is from?
thanks!

Curtain said...

Nice work with good ideas and concepts, lots of great information which we all need, helpful iformation. I would like to thank you for the efforts you shown remarkble writing skill in this article.

Caron's Beach House said...

I knew that I could find this house on your blog! Loved the article in Coastal Living, and actually was inspired to re-add those pretty lamps back to our site after seeing them displayed in this pretty cottage living/dining room.

Caron

KatieBlue said...

I love the paisley quilt shown in the master bedroom but can't figure out where to buy it. It isn't listed in the sources list in the magazine. Any ideas? Appreciate the help!

Anonymous said...

I MUST HAVE that blue quilt in the bedroom! Any idea where it came from?? It's not in the source section of the magazine!! Thanks!

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

I love that quilt too...and have looked everywhere I can think of for it with no luck! I'll report back if I find it!

janis said...

Looking for the quilt bedding in master bedroom too! Any luck finding it???

Anonymous said...

Also interested in blue quilt

Anonymous said...

This isn't the same quilt, but pretty similar!

http://www.potterybarn.com/products/lucianna-medallion-duvet-cover-sham-blue/?pkey=cblue&cm_src=Quicklook

Anonymous said...

I love the painting of the post office - could you tell me where i could get it?

Anonymous said...

Could you tell me who the artist is for the Post Office Painting?

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