The home is located just a few blocks from the ocean in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. It's wide open to the outdoors with a modern feel, decorated by interior designer Linda Woodrum. I'm not a fan of the sailfish sculpture, but I have to admit that it does look pretty good high up on the wall like that.
I love the blue glass demijohns with the large Leaves. They connect with the green outside. Other coastal decorations that make up this stylish vignette are nature photography books, Resin Cast Coral Sculptures and clear glass desk accessories. And did you see the cast-resin Clam Shell sconce? They're actually two of them.
Beach blue walls in the foyer, with an awesome white washed driftwood mirror.
An in between space is used as a loft where you can enjoy sepia-tone fine art photos by Jacksonville Beach artist John Kuss.
On the dining room table, a bunch of glass taper candle holders, in chess piece-style shapes, lend drama. Next to them a bouquet of oyster Shells, placed in a weathered urn.
And how fun is the wood table out on the deck! To stand up to the weather conditions, it's painted with two layers of primer, three layers of car paint and two layers of clear coat. That should do it! For many more pics, and ideas for coastal decorations, head over to HGTV Smart Home 2013. And enter to win the fully furnished home too! To view HGTV's last Dream Home by the Sea, click here.