Seaside Residence from Nantucket: Beautiful Home With Beautiful Sights

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One beautiful example of great architectural skills and design is the Seaside Residence by Donna Elle Seaside Living. The family house is located in Massachusetts, on the island of Nantucket, 30 miles south of Cape Cod. The beauty of the beach and of the surroundings have a strong connection with this wonderful home, which carries my imagination close to how Heaven looks like (I hope this doesn’t sound cheesy or anything) thanks to its white, classy looking interior. The eye-catching chandeliers play an important role in offering me that impression too.

The residence combines modern elements, such as the furniture and decorations, with a more vintage-looking interior design, and the result is a cozy and very stylish architectural piece of work. The spacious house is a nice playground for the warm, natural light and looks joyful when letting the friendly sunshine paint its slick walls, delighting the eyes of its inhabitants and making them feel even more cozy. The elegance of the house starts to slightly fade, however, when your attention is drawn towards the windows, as they reveal an unmatched beauty: the splendid seaside comes into the picture, being the final and most important piece for completing this little Paradise corner.

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