Churchill Bayou Materials and Finishes

We are thrilled with the outcome of our most recent house located in Santa Rosa Beach, FL.

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This was our first time building a house on stilts. This is common practice in our part of the world, as it puts the main living level on the second floor, maximizing the homeowners’ view of the bayou (or gulf, bay, lake, etc.).

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These homeowners have amazing taste and brought some really fun ideas to the table. We were happy to bring their vision to life!

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The kitchen back splash is made of glass tiles that can be found at Lowes. All the materials we used are linked below.

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The materials in the kitchen are clean, cool, and sleek. They brought in some fun details with the light fixtures. And how amazing is this reclaimed wood ceiling in the dining nook (which happens to overlook the bayou)?

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The ceiling detail and light fixture are just perfect for this ultimate tree house in the woods.

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And suddenly we have the urge to do dishes.

Here are the materials used in this kitchen:

Counters: Eco by Cosentino in White Diamond
Backsplash: American Olean Stellaris Gemini (3×6″)
Grout: Snow White
Flooring: Jasper Engineered Hardwood in Pheonix Grey
Wall Color: Front Porch by Sherwin Williams (7651)
Sink: Kohler Dickinson Farmhouse Sink

The homeowner provided their own light fixtures and the reclaimed wood ceiling.

And there you have it. Stay tuned as we share more details from future jobs and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Houzz.

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All photos by Captivisions.

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