So, I basically just spent the most amazing, relaxing two weeks of my life in Watercolor, FL.  I’m so thankful that my new job allows me to take off and do things like this and that my sweet parents rented this incredible house for us to stay in.  I’m so excited to give you a peek into this luxurious, blissful, seaside home.

watercolor front house

The front of the house on Park Row Lane, just a few steps from the beach!

watercolor bedroom 1

watercolor bathroom 1Bedroom and bathroom number 1 located on the first floor.

watercolor bedroom 2watercolor bathroom 2Bedroom and bathroom #2 located on the first floor. This was my chambre for 14 days!

watercolor kitchen 1The magnificent kitchen and breakfast bar with gas stove, 2 dishwashers, 2 sinks and a wine fridge on the second floor!

watercolor dining corner

This was the little dining nook behind the kitchen.

watercolor kitchen:diningA look at the dining area and kitchen from the family room.

watercolor den 1watercolor den 2A couple views of the family room. I spy Ellington’s bum on the balcony!

watercolor balcony 1watercolor porch swingThe adorable balcony/porch with swing. This was my favorite spot because…

watercolor balcony 2

Look at that view of the ocean just beyond the dunes!

watercolor powder bathI just couldn’t leave out the cute little powder bath on the second floor! I mean, it even has a little heart-shaped drain!

watercolor loftThis is the third floor loft area outside the master suite. It has a trundle bed so it’s ideal for the kiddos and it has a pretty sweet ocean view!

watercolor master 1 watercolor master 3watercolor master 2This is luxury…the third floor master has a large walk-in closet with washer and dryer and a huge bathroom with walk-in rain shower! Not pictured is a private balcony off the master suite with table and chairs.

All in all, you can see that this house was fabulous! We will definitely be staying here again. It was close to the beach, very comfortable, and the biggest plus–they accept dogs! It was a bit sad at first since this was our family’s first time to vacation there since selling our Seaside home, but this house was inviting and didn’t disappoint!

Stay tuned for a post on all my 30-A favorites!



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