Date: Jun 7 2017

Filed Under: Decor, Entertaining, Family

I’m so excited to share a home tour of our Harbour Island, Bahamas home, Coral House! It’s been a busy few months with a lot of work (and some stress) but we love how the renovation turned out!! A big thank you to our architect Beau Clowney for helping us make the most out of this cottage and outdoor space!


We opened up this side of the landscaping so that we could do a front entrance. I love to sit on the front porch and watch the people go by on Bay Street.




Dutch door of my dreams.




I love the simple black and white striped Dash & Albert rug here.




This kitchen used to be a U-shape, but we wanted it to connect to the family room so we opened it up and made it a galley. So much brighter and roomier this way.




My favorite parts of this kitchen are the pink Stray Dog Designs chandelier, and stripe rugand the painting by Chambers Austelle. And obviously the pink fridge!





The dining room is right off of the kitchen. We replaced the two windows on the side of the big mirror with french doors that open to the outdoor dining space.




I’m in love with this Stray Dogs Design chandelier. Also, similar chairs here.




There are two sides to the family room. This sitting side is ideal for conversations and games.




We used striped Dash & Alberts rugs to keep this room separate but coordinated.





This shelf used to be a window, but we closed it in when we added the two new bedrooms off of this side of the house. It’s the perfect spot for our beach library.




We recovered the furniture that conveyed with the house with Lulie Wallace fabric to bring some bright color to the room. I love all of her fun patterns.




This side of the family room has the tv and opens up to the kitchen and pool area. Again, we replaced the windows on both sides of this mirror with doors.





This 1st bedroom downstairs that we added on has it’s own little personality with the Mirth tile floors.




More Stray Dog Designs lighting in here, I love this citrine color! And the bedding is by Biscuit Home.





This bedroom shares a jack & jill bathroom with the 2nd new bedroom downstairs. They each have their own vanity and separate toilet space, and then share a walk in shower. All of the bath tile is from Daltile.




The second downstairs bedroom that we added on is very much coordinated with the other bedroom. More

Mirth Studio tile on the floor but a different pattern, and these Stray Dog Designs wall sconces.




The bedding in here is also Biscuit Home, with this Hedgehouse throwbed on the end.





The vanity mirrors in the jack & jill bathroom are both wall mounted on the side and pull out.




Our Coral House soap by Old Whaling company.





There are two bedrooms upstairs, this one is the master bedroom.




We recovered the headboard with more Lulie Wallace fabric, and the bedding is Biscuit Home.


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And the master bath. We didn’t change much up here because I love the original feel of this space. I find it so charming.




Here is the final and 4th bedroom that is also upstairs. Again, more Biscuit Home bedding :)




The drapes in both of these upstairs rooms were custom made with more Lulie Wallace fabric.




And the bathroom. We used these Fresh American stripe hampers in all of the bathrooms.





Both of the upstairs bedrooms open up to this balcony that has water views. There is a great breeze up here, too!




There is also an outdoor shower, which is one of my favorite additions we made to the home.




The outdoor dining space is right off of the dining room and kitchen and is covered. We had the teak table made on the island but there is a similar one here. And the chairs are from Candelabra.




And then right off of the outdoor dining is this lounge area. It helps connect the space to the pool patio.




We knew that we needed a pool and I think this space was perfect for it. We used Marazzi tile in it and I love how it looks!






This pink building used to be a little bunkhouse, but we opened up this side of it to make an outdoor pool bar. The other half of the building is a half bath with a washer and dryer. I love this barbie print!





Our Coral House VRBO site is updated with new pictures – would love for you to check it out! Maybe even plan a visit :)


Photography by Gray Benko.




Comments: 30

30 Responses to “Coral House: Home Tour”

  1. Jeannine maher says:

    Absolutely beautiful.!!!l Looks like Paradise!! What is the cost to rent?
    Thank you !!

  2. Maggie says:

    Would love to know where the raffia lampshades are from! I’ve never seen them before!

  3. meredith says:


  4. Traci Hutton says:

    Beautifully done…really dreamy!! You will make so many amazing memories there!

    I will be checking out stray dog designs to bring some color to our newly purchased vacation prop in Florida.

  5. oh my god chassity – it’s amazing – and so YOU!!! I love it!!

  6. The BEST home tour I have seen in a long time! STUNNING! Your choices are so on point….classic, beautiful island style!

  7. Gillian says:

    Wow I absolutely love your style! Every room is perfection. Where are those headboards from?

  8. jillian says:

    gorgeous!! i love everything — especially that pink fridge! :) xo jillian

  9. Liz Adams says:

    It is beyond beyond beyond perfect and happy and I can’t wait to go! ;)

  10. Wonderful renovation that kept the classic architecture in mind! We appreciate this type of project.-Laurel Bledsoe

  11. Collin Rumph says:

    Loving the white paint choice. Will you share which paint color you used?

  12. AshleyJolly says:

    Well done! I’m loving every carefully curated detail!

  13. Becky says:

    Woukd love to hear more about the reno and decorating process for a house on a small island. How did you get the stuff you added down there and how did your get your work done? Love the finished product!

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  17. Emma says:

    Oh my god… I’m in love. This is gorgeous!

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  19. carrie says:

    Looks amazing, Chassity! I want to go now. :)


  20. amy says:

    this is incredible, chassity…bravo! i am so inspired! <3

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  22. Cheryl says:

    Where did your coral exterior paint come from & what is the name of the color? Lovely!!!

  23. Chassity – this house is right up my alley! All my fave design choices – pink, bamboo and peacock…and that retro pink fridge is to die for. Congrats on this house, it looks dreamy!

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  30. Jasio says:

    to marry a lawyer, sigh…..

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