14 Bright Tybee Island Interiors To Inspire Your Inner Designer
Tybee Island’s homes boast some of the quirkiest interiors around. Pops of color and sea creatures galore grace open floorplans, and patios double as second living spaces. Scroll through these well-planned, airy homes, gather inspiration and prepare for design envy!
This combination of whimsical whale wall art and handy hooks is ultra practical. No need to hide your beach gear — hang your towels and sunny straw hats here.
Framed landscapes are always a great choice for a stairwell. Bonus points if they’re beachscapes made by local artists on the island!
Batik prints and sunny stripes in warm hues brighten up any guest space.
From the distressed, sea foam green shelving to the displayed plates, this bathroom has an understated coastal feel.
We love mixing patterns. Pro tip: keep patterns in the same color family, like this zebra print ottoman and triangle pattern throw pillow. To keep things simple, pair the patterns with neutral colors and add only a little pop of color in the same family as well, like this orange lampshade and throw pillow.
Low country accents like raw wooden walls and swamp creatures lend southern charm a little edginess.
Display mementos of your Tybee Island travels, like this family did, with a wall of mismatched frames in a harmonious grid.
Combine sun-bleached furniture and colorfully potted island plant life on your porch to create your own little oasis.
Open kitchen layouts encourage hospitable entertaining — it’s the southern way! Whitewashed cupboards and open windows sans curtains, as seen here, are the way to go.
Islanders know the importance of lounge-worthy wicker pieces and the accoutrements that accompany them; a good book and a light throw are essentials for any lazy weekend morning.
This mirror has been lined in seashells and other finds from a stroll along the shores, bringing a coastal feel to the well-traveled decor.
Jess Brannen is Visit Tybee’s Social Media Coordinator. She graduated from Armstrong State University with her BA in English and Professional Communications. Jess is a Savannah native and loves playing with Sir Charles Barkley, her neurotic golden retriever, and watching reruns of Martha Stewart’s cooking shows while eating chocolate.