Home Tour: The Battery Home

Really, no joke! The Battery home is a beach house in Seasalter, which is a village on North Kent coast in UK. A BEACH HOUSE! I must confess seeing this home on Beach Bungalow8 made my day, it was always my dream to live on the beach or at least have a house on the beach and spend all my free time there. And the battery home might be the perfect image of that. Just imagine the view – you open the window and you see the ocean or a sea just so close to you! Totally relaxing feeling yet very inspiring! Some people say that for them looking at the fire, listening to the rain and so on are the best therapies, well for me seeing the infinity of the ocean makes me drown in and just forget about everything – only me and my creative mind!

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Main color – turquoise blue. House on the beach – I can’t see another color for the home!

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Dining area – love the white cabinets!

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This is the view is was speaking earlier (from the bedroom) – so wonderful and amazing!

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You open the window and see the infinity of the ocean…I want to move in there so badly!

*images via 1st opinion

After you saw the pictures, what do you think? Would you give up your urban lifestyle for a life on the beach? To me this sounds absolutely exciting!

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7 Responses to “Home Tour: The Battery Home”

  1. Poppy Cottage Studio
    28. Apr, 2010 at 3:43 pm #

    I adore this color and love to paint with it….

  2. Ludmila
    28. Apr, 2010 at 3:51 pm #

    Turquoise it’s a very bright and positive color! So I agree with you! xo

  3. Erin
    28. Apr, 2010 at 6:48 pm #

    I featured this house a couple weeks ago too…I’m MADLY in love with it! The history is really cool too…it was built in the late 1800′s for the Royal Naval Reserve. They would practice by shooting their guns into the ocean. Later on it was used as a camp for kids. So neat!

  4. Nastya
    28. Apr, 2010 at 7:02 pm #

    I would so gladly move in there and leave all the cities aside! Mmmm pix!

  5. Ludmila
    29. Apr, 2010 at 12:23 pm #

    Erin, really ‘wow’, interesting history, thank you for sharing! xo

    Nastya, I guess we can move together :)

  6. Nastya
    29. Apr, 2010 at 8:09 pm #

    great idea! we’d have some fun ;))
    I’m coming!!

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