The only truly remodeled room in the house, the kitchen features beadboard and upper walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Acadia White. Refinished pine floors were painted with a blue square pattern “to add style and color and give the space an older feel,” according to interior designer Louise Hurlbutt. The countertops are honed Blue Pearl granite, chosen to pull in the color of the ocean. The cherry draw-leaf table can open to seat 12, and was custom-made in England for Hurlbutt Designs. The Bedford ladderback chairs and Monopoint clear crackle-glass pendants over the island are also from Hurlbutt Designs. Striped draperies and mock Roman blinds add color and protection from the sun. The previous owners added the sliding door to open up the view and allow access to the porch.
Interior: Dining, Kitchen
Accent Colors: Blue