A few days ago I posted about the exterior spaces at Maryland designer Brooke Steuart's vacation home (which you can read more about HERE). Now, it's time to head inside to see how Brooke designed the living spaces in her beautiful beach house to suit the needs of her active family of six. As in my last post, all of the photography is by a wonderful photographer, Mike Busada, of Mike B Photography.
The interiors of Brooke's beach house are much like the exteriors where daring, bold colors were used to create warm and inviting interior spaces. Although a casual beach theme is prevalent throughout her home, Brooke also brings a touch of whimsy and the unexpected to her Delaware vacation house to help keep it from becoming too kitschy.
When asked how decorating a vacation home differs from decorating a home you live in day to day, Brooke replied, "I believe that a vacation home should be able to push the limits a bit more than your primary residence. At our beach house, I was able to incorporate punches of my favorite colors and take risks. You want a vacation home to feel special, alive, and it should be a place you look forward to visiting."