Home Tour: The CC Show House V2

With the success of our first Home Tour: The CC Show House blog - we're continuing the series with Volume 2 (Volume 3 coming soon!).  We moved into our home 10 months ago and have made a lot of progress finishing up the designs for each space.  Our home was a new construction and part of the design process has been to give each space character and make it feel less "new build spec house" and more classic home and custom to us. 
Volume 2 of the home tour features bedrooms and bathrooms: including my daughters' rooms, a guest room off of our basement, and our primary bedroom and bath.  If you're looking for more bedroom inspiration, you can preview two other guest rooms in volume 1 of the series!
With that, let's step inside! 
xo Meg
We partnered with Connecticut-based designer, Lynn Morgan, who helped make these rooms (among the other spaces in our home) come to life with fun custom window treatments, window seat cushions and helping us to select the perfect paint colors.
Both of our girls love pink, but we wanted to incorporate other colors as well. For my eldest daughter, we opted to make her room blue and pink.  The room looks quite sophisticated and doesn't scream a kids' room - which she loves, because she's at the age of wanting to be a "big girl."
(Photo by Darina Todorova)
(Photo by Raquel Langworthy)
(Photo by Raquel Langworthy)
The built-in window seat was a design detail we added during the construction of the home.  I have always loved window seats and this darling one is the perfect perch for my little one to sit and read or just look out the window and daydream.
(Photo by Raquel Langworthy)
The Source Guide: 

The Bedroom

Paint Color: Silky Smooth by Benjamin Moore

Rug: Wauwinet Wool Rug

Play Chairs: Rattan Bunny Kids Chair

Play Table: Rattan Kids Play Table

Rattan Pram

Art: Rose Covered Cottage Print

Bedding: Vivada Blush Quilt & Verdin Lotus Pillows by John Robshaw

Decorative Pillows on Window Seat: Ojas Pillow & Atulya Pillow

Sconces: Ariel Sconce by Coastal Living

Window Treatments & Window Seat Cushion: Custom by Designer, Lynn Morgan


There is a bathroom attached to her room and we had a lot of fun with the tile in this space, selecting a pink mermaid tile for the shower/tub.  We kept the rest of the space more subdued with shiplapped walls, a soft pink vanity & coordinating custom mirror. 
(Photography by Raquel Langworthy)
The Source Guide:


The Bathroom

Vanity & Mirror Paint Color: Silky Smooth by Benjamin Moore
Mirror: Custom
My 4-year-old daughter's room is directly across the hall. Equally as sweet, but completely different.  For this room, we paired pink with purple (her two favorite colors) to create a whimsical and sweet space.  We added coastal touches through rattan and beaded lighting and decorative accents like shells and whale bookends

The Source Guide: 

The Bedroom

Paint Color: Whispering Wind by Benjamin Moore

Rug: Wauwinet Wool Rug

Bed: Ava Grace Regency Bed

Nightstand: Harbor Coast Nightstand

Art: Folded Butterfly Framed Art

Chandelier: Wailea Chandelier       

Scones: Wailea Sconce  

Duvet: Beaufort Duvet

Body Pillow: Beaufort Body Pillow

Quilt: Sagana Lotus

Play Table: Finley Play Table

Play Chairs: Bow Rattan Kids Chair

My little one's bathroom is one of my favorites in our home.  We coordinated our exclusive Kristen Leigh Parker Chevron Pink Wallpaper with custom window treatments using the fabric in the same pattern for the bedroom.  A scallop detail on the base of the custom cabinetry adds such a sweet touch!

The Source Guide:

The Bathroom

Wallpaper: Parker Chevron Wallpaper in Bermuda Pink

Mirror: Manele Bay Mirror

Art: The Cabana by Gray Malin

Towels: Peconic in Coral

The tremendous response we received to the reveal of these little girls' rooms on Instagram inspired us to launch a kids collection, called Tiny Tides.  We realized there was an opportunity to offer our coastal chic kid's curation to our customers so you can achieve similar looks in your own home!
(Photo by Raquel Langworthy)
One of the things I miss most about living in Southern California is the palm trees.  Growing up in the suburbs of NYC, I've always equated palm trees with vacation and even after a decade living among them in California, they never lost their appeal.  When we moved to Connecticut last year, I braced myself for our first winter back.  I wanted to create a space in our home that would instantly transport me to warm, sunny days - and the Florida Room does just that!
(photography by Raquel Langworthy)
I wanted to find a home for our exclusive Victoria Larson for Cailíní Coastal Banana Palms Green Wallpaper and use it as the foundation for our Florida Room.  This wallpaper is so fun and evokes tropical vacation vibes.  We have two primary guest rooms on our second floor and this 3rd guest room is located off of our basement and used less frequently, so I wanted to have a bit more fun in this space. 
We added our stunning seashell encrusted Marchmont Chests, Bahamian Daybed covered in a custom green and white stripe fabric, and Capistrano Sideboard
(photography by Raquel Langworthy)
The Source Guide:
Chest:  Marchmont Chests
Sideboard:  Capistrano Sideboard
Mirror: Rehobath Mirror
Rug: Ibiza Sisal Rug
(photography by Raquel Langworthy)
Our bedroom was the last bedroom of the house we worked on.  It is a  large space and we just didn't quite know what to do with all of it.   
Between the bed and the fireplace there was a lot of dead space.  We knew we needed to fill it but were not sure with what.  In November, I visited the beloved New England hotel, the Mayflower Inn.  Their renowned spa had these incredible white chaise lounges with a super soft chenille fabric.  I absolutely loved these chaises and wanted to recreate them for our home.  We worked once again with the amazing team at Lynn Morgan Design team to bring my dream to life by creating custom chaises for us for that in-between space.  We use these chaises constantly to work, read, and watch movies in front of the fire. 
The Source Guide:
The Primary Bedroom
Paint Color: Lily White by Benjamin Moore
Nightstands: Kaipo Chest
Bed: Custom by Jen Harkavy Interiors 
Chaise Lounge: Custom by Lynn Morgan Design
Rug: Custom by Lynn Morgan Design
Window Treatments: Custom by Lynn Morgan Design
(photography by Raquel Langworthy)
We wanted to make our primary bathroom feel bright, clean and serene - creating an at-home spa vibe.  We opted for cool paint colors for the walls and vanity and kept it simple and classic with polished nickel finishes and whie marble tile.  The rain shower is one of our favorite features of the bathroom, creating a true spa-like oasis. 
(photography by Raquel Langworthy)
The Source Guide:
The Primary Bathroom
Wall Paint Color: Lily White by Benjamin Moore
Cabinetry Paint Color: Beacon Gray by Benjamin Moore 50% with White
The original plans for the primary suite featured two massive closets (a his and hers), that offered much more storage space than would ever fill.  We decided to share the one that actually looked like a closet and turn the other, which had gorgeous big windows and resembled an actual room, into my home office.  It's tucked off of the primary bedroom with a hidden pocket door and it's a jewel of a space, so reflective of my personal style - classic and coastal!  The Coquillage shell-draped chandelier is the centerpiece of the space.  I chose a soothing paint color, a clean white wool rug, rattan furniture and shelves filled with my favorite treasures from the sea.  This is the first home office I have had and I love having a quiet space of my own to work from. 
(Photography by Darina Todorova)
The Source Guide:
Her Home Office
Bookcases: Fiji Etagere
Paint Color: Lily White by Benjamin Moore 

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