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Dreamy seaside home in Maine with New England style architecture

This charming beach house is the work of interior design studio , located in the picture perfect seaside town of Kennebunk, Maine. The views are nothing short of spectacular and seem to have been maximized throughout the home through expansive windows. This also helps to flood the interiors with natural light. The exterior facade reflects traditional New England style architecture, with steeply pitched roofs for shedding heavy snow.

The dreamy seaside setting inspired the color palette and decorating scheme throughout the interiors. Varying shades of blues, greens and creams are mixed with natural touches, creating a serene atmosphere. Interior spaces are open and airy with comfortable and casual furnishings that are perfect for beachside living. Everywhere you look there is a relaxed, casual vibe that works well for entertaining family and friends.

What We Love: This beautiful beach house is what dreams are made of, with incredible seaside views that will take your breath away. Speaking of views, the windows in this home are truly incredible. They perfectly frame the crashing of the waves from the Atlantic Ocean, something that would be heavenly to watch from the comfort of your bed. They also help to illuminate the interior living space with light, making this home ultra inviting.

Readers, what do you think? Could you picture yourself living in this beach house and soaking up the oceanside views? Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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Above: Love the nautical touches in this space, from the wall sconces to the bedding. The bed features storage underneath, perfect for a small bedroom. A wall of windows perfectly captures the Atlantic Ocean.

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Photos: Jeff Roberts

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