Beautiful contemporary coastal home nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan

This contemporary coastal home was interior designed by and custom built by , located in Holland, Michigan. The town is situated near the eastern shore of Lake Michigan on the private lake of Lake Macatawa. This award-winning design was featured in the 2015 Fall Parade of Homes.

The interiors scheme boasts light muted colors, soft textures and various shades of gray and white. By keeping the wood tones neutral and the fixtures chrome or black, a timeless design can be enjoyed by the homeowners for years to come. This custom designed new build home received first place in its category for “Best Interior Elements” and “Best Kitchen Design”.

What We Love: This contemporary coastal home showcases a clean-lined interior palette with beautiful design features throughout. Designed for family living, the spaces are well catered to the lifestyle needs of the homeowners. Spaces seem to flow harmoniously, thanks to a light and airy color scheme and open layout. We are loving the exquisite kitchen and warm and inviting living room. The light wood flooring seems to pull everything together, adding character and warmth… What do you think, any details in this home catch your eye? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at another incredible home tour that we have featured here on Fitflopsale-Singapore from the portfolio of CVI Design: Plantation style home offers beautiful coastal-inspired details in Michigan.

Above: All of the walls are painted in Sherwin-Williams Passive SW 7064, while all of the white trim and fireplace are Baby’s Breath 873 | Benjamin Moore. The room dimensions are 16′ x 19′-10″. The ceiling height of the living room is 11’6′ at the sides and 17’6″ at the peak. The area rug was sourced from West Elm. The decor on the mantel is from World Market and Home Goods.

Above: The fireplace is a Napolean Ascent 42″ unit. The tile surround is called Portello Brick Mosaic from Glazzio tiles.

Above: The great room dimensions are 16’x20′. The wall color is Sherwin Williams – Passive.

Above: The dining table is from Restoration Hardware, the dining chairs are from World Market and barstools are custom from Rowe.

Above: The sliding barn doors are painted in Sherwin Williams Classic French Gray. The backsplash tile is Modern Dimension – Suede Gray Plain 4×8 by Dal-Tile. The island dimensions are roughly 7′-1″ long by 4′-9″ wide. The floor is , from the Medallion Collection; Color: Santee Oak. The island cabinets are Classic French Gray SW 0077. The walls are painted in Passive SW 7064. The counter stools are custom, from Rowe.

Above: The perimeter cabinets are painted in Baby’s Breath 873 | Benjamin Moore. The countertop is Super White quartzite. The sink is from Kohler, while the faucet is from Newport Brass.

Above: The pendant lights above the island are Elk 66138-1.

Above: The countertops are laminate, Wilsonart Astro Strandz.

Above: The wallpaper is York Wallcoverings, in the Ashford Geometrics book. The countertop material is Wilsonart cosmic strandz, laminate.

Above: The cabinets are painted in Sherwin Williams – Gray Matters SW 7066. The walls are painted in Sherwin Williams – Sea Salt SW 6204. The countertops are laminate, Wilsonart boardwalk Oak. The sink is DXV brand — DD20101000415 Orchard Apron Front. The oil rubbed bronze faucet is DD401557BS. The drying racks were custom fabricated (any custom cabinet designer can build these for you).

Above: The floating shelves were custom for this project. You can however purchase floating shelves and get the corbels from Vandyke’s online, they are called “simplicity corbels”. The laundry carts are the “Ellie Carts” from World Market. The white subway tile backsplash grout is TEC Mist. The flooring is Shaw Floors New Dawn, Midnight.

Above: The master bathroom cabinets are painted in Gunmetal 1602 | Benjamin Moore.

Above: The carpeting in the walk-in closet is the Townelake carpet collection from Shaw in the color Steel.

Above: The bathroom countertop is a laminate, Wilsonart Pearl Soapstone.

Photos: Courtesy of CVI Design

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House is absolutely beautiful. I would have carried the same metal throughout the house rather than having Oil Rubbed Bronze in part and nickel in another. At some point the transition in door hardware, lighting fixtures, bathroom and kitchen fixtures has to share space.


Hard to get feel of the home layout without a floor plan displayed. The site is poor about providing this information on most home reviews.