Pool Cabana Reveal | Life and Linda

Pool Cabana Reveal


This project has taken a very long time.  Now that summer is over, we will not be using this sweet place so much.  We had to wait for the mason, because the original mason had an issue with his hod carrier.  ( A laborer who carries the bricks, stones, materials for the mason.)

The pulls are by Berenson- Brushed Nickel.

We also need to finish the concrete floors. Some touch up painting and then a sealer.  The baseboards will also be put in by my husband, Paul.


The granite is Taj Mahal.  It kinds of looks like sand.  Unfortunately we could not use our first choice with those beautiful blue colors.  It was too small and the seams would be an issue.


Having a dishwasher and small fridge will be very handy. We even have a built-in small freezer in the fridge for those yummy ice cream sandwiches or popsicles.
A very large cabinet for storage.  You can never have enough storage.


The small bathroom turned out great.  A little bling was added.


My husband will add pavers to the entrance of the pool cabana.  He will also work on the enclosure for the outdoor shower next spring.


The french doors also need paint and the handles.  Below are some photos with the led lighting.  Any color can be added or an effect.





As you can see, the bottom of the cabinets also needs some trim.


Excuse the crooked photos.  I shall blame it on my husband who took the  photos...LOL
Any thoughts?

Source:
French doors - Home Depot  *  Outdoor lantern - Wayfair
Cabinets- West Pacific Cabinets - Loomis Cabinet pulls- Berenson
Large Pendant lighting - Minka Lavery - 1 800 Lighting
Starfish light - Shades of Light   
24" undercounter refrigerator - Appliances Connection
Bosch Dishwasher- panel ready - Appliances Connection

Toltec Lighting Capri 3-Light Bath Bar, 5.5" Fluted Teal Crystal - Houzz

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18 comments:

  1. Hi Linda, your cabana looks amazing! I love the way it looks so pretty with the white and light blue accents. How nice this will be for you all to use for the summer months. It's so nice that you have a handy husband to do some of the work too. Enjoy!
    Julie

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  2. Oh, Linda - this is gorgeous!! I adore the backsplash - the color is just so pretty! This looks large enough to be a mini guest house (I will bring a blow-up mattress!!!) This will be perfect for your pool parties and you wont be running up and down those stairs! Enjoy this lovely cabana - lucky you!!

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  3. Gorgeous! I shall await my invitation to your first blog pool party next summer!

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  4. That combination of marine varnished wood, white window, sand counter and light fixture is fabulous. Love that photo! How exciting to be nearly completed. I know you guys have had a lot going on besides the project, contractor delays, so I bet you're thrilled to be at this finish line. It looks great.

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  5. Oh Linda I am swooning seriously swooning. How beautiful did this turn out. I love the colors you picked and how you planned it out. Gorgeous. Ok I am on my way with my floatie!!!
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  6. Linda, you and Paul have created a fabulous new space. I know you will use this space frequently the way you like to entertain. Just think about all the dish storage those cabinets offer!!! Love seeing all the details.

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  7. Oh my goodness Linda, it's absolutely fabulous! How does a gal from Pittsburgh get an invite --- like in February LOL!

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  8. Outstanding Linda!! What a beautiful space, the colors, the layout, the design. I would be hanging out there even in winter!!

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  9. WOW, dear Linda, this is such a wonderful place! I would be there as often as possible and use it ;O)
    Wishing you a wodnerful week,sweet friend,
    sending much Love and hugs, Claudia xo

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  10. Linda, and and Paul have great style! Enjoy, enjoy, and enjoy!

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  11. Well..I can't believe it:) Perfect for your climate..love the subway tile..well everything..Linda..it'slike your own dollhouse/sheshed..And yes Kudos to you both!!

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  12. Wow, it looks great. I love all the materials you selected. Wonderful job!
    How nice to look forward to many pool parties.

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  13. Wow, that is so nice and I'm sure will hold a lot of enjoyment for you and your Hubby. I do hope your Mom is improving everyday. Happy rest of the week!

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  14. Oh dear! it is so beautiful!

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  15. I've been looking forward to this post. The two of you did a great job designing and following though on this project. I know you will certainly enjoy having it come next summer.

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  16. Wowza Linda, how cool to be able to change the colors of your lighting! Your husband is quite the DIYer! I love the tile you choose for the backsplash, so pool perfect, not to mention my favorite color! I have a similar tile in the master bath at the beach house and just love it! I love the way you can open up the cabana with wide doors...lots of wonderful times and parties in the future!
    Jenna

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  17. OMD Miss Linda it is beautiful.
    We like swimming too.

    ♥ Mitzie and Astro

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  18. Linda!!!! It is gorgeous!!! I just love all your choices. The cabinets are very similar to the downstairs kitchen in our last home by the water. My favorite for a "water" side cabinet. I think you did just a fantastic job and I know it has been a long process with delays for you (mason and mom's health issues. Love the backsplash!!!

    I know you are anxious to get it done because I think you, like me, like things to be finished and the waiting seems to take forever. However, LOOK how far its come! Love it, Linda. xo Diana

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