The couple loves to entertain, so a formal dining space was appropriate in this seaside home. The round table invites open conversation while guests are dining. The Baker English Regency chairs are upholstered in a bold blue-and-cream print. The table and chairs are from Shor Home. A large reproduction lantern acts as a chandelier. The kitchen is compact, but offers stainless-steel appliances and handsome beadboard cabinetry for a charming efficient space. A mirrored backsplash behind the stove gives the illusion of a larger, more expansive space.

Provincetown in Style

To create unity between the public and private spaces, Acevedo chose the same paint on the fireplace wall as in the guest bedroom and master bedroom. Striped linen Roman shades provide privacy in the guest bedroom. Deep, rich blue, and burnt orange hues are introduced in the Duralee linen duvet. The paisley motif by Rogers & Goffigan in the bed pillows echoes the front hall’s decor. Vintage pieces including a Persian rug as well as Antique French Faux Bamboo nightstands add patina and charm to the space.

Provincetown in Style

The master bedroom is a tranquil setting, where luxurious Alexandria Beige paint covers the walls. The bed’s headboard is woven reed. The duvet is a blue and white design with crisp white Euro shams bordered in blue. Acevedo introduces an antique pedestal table with a blue and white porcelain lamp set atop. Louvered interior shutters afford privacy in the space. A small powder room is decorated in cocoa Brunschwig & Fils wallpaper with a frog motif. The demure porcelain sink is reminiscent of a sink one might find in naval design, and the fixtures offer a classic vintage look.

Provincetown in Style

The couple spend as much time as possible in their Provincetown getaway—a place that affords all the relaxing qualities of a second home without sacrificing taste or style.


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Nancy Berry is a freelance writer who lives in Yarmouthport.

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