Great First Impressions: Well-Tailored Beach Home Foyer

Nestled in the heart of Vero Beach, Fla., this beach house from Weaver Design Group features a finished wood entry and a calming, earthy color palette. A whimsical door knocker, textured walls and elegant accents give the interior a collected yet well-tailored aesthetic.

From: Amy Weaver

Photo By: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Photo By: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Photo By: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Photo By: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Photo By: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Photo By: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Tropical Home Entrance With Potted Plants

With large potted plants, a naturally finished wood door and a cream exterior wall with contrasting roof, this house feels like the tropical paradise it's in.

Eye-Catching Bird Knocker

Like a bird of paradise, this unique door knocker sits outside a tropical beach home. Light reflects off his copper embellishment as he waits to knock on the wood. A lovely welcome into this Vero Beach spot.

Beach House Foyer With Dark Wood Fixtures

Grasscloth walls and dark wood fixtures give this beach home a contemporary yet tropical look. The neutral palette keeps it comfortable while different patterns and textures give the area more life.

Inviting Living Room With Tropical Flair

This beach house living room boasts a coastal serenity. A neutral palette is accented with yellow pillows and bold patterns to add more life to the space.

Spacious Beach House Living Room With Inviting Tropical Tinges

Heavy prints, bright colors and bamboo chairs all contribute to the tropical feel of this living room. With natural fabrics over the windows and lamps, it's easy to feel a connection with the nature right outside.

Tropical Dining Room With Expansive View of Palm Trees

This tropical dining room is set for a relaxing meal. The neutral color palette and white flowers create a serene atmosphere, while the view of the palm trees and the rattan chairs give the beach house feel.

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