Though undeniably gorgeous, beach homes tend to stick to a few design cliches. There are usually sisal rugs, driftwood decor, white slipcovered furniture, and a palette of soft blues. It doesn't mean we don't love this style, of course. (We think it's one of the most soothing schemes out there.) But if you're looking for a more eclectic take on coastal decor, this Netherlands home is it.
Like most beach properties, the price tag is steep, at . The circa-1907 home was renovated in 2006, which preserved the original details while opening up the space a little bit. Our favorite feature has to be the glass walls, which give the rooms a feeling of privacy while allowing light to stream through. The unusual wood-paneled ceiling, though, is a close second.
Here's a closer look at the stunning home: