Keeping things light and bright, the master suite's bathroom is accented with onyx.
Using a monochromatic pallet, the decor adds depth with different textiles in this bedroom -- just one in the six bed, six-and-a-half bath home.
The Shelter Island, New York home of Bumblebee Manor can only be reached by air or sea.
You can park your boat, helicopter, or sea plane on this private dock as you enter the 10,000 square foot estate.
The super-sized manor sits atop three acres, and includes a picturesque main house, guest house, and pool house.
There are seven fireplaces throughout the manor ensuring cozy comfort no matter where you rest your head in this Hamptons home.
You better know your way around a pot in this stunning professional kitchen.
The home was designed by Billy Joel's architect, so you could live just as decadently as the piano man lives.
A private $75,000 elevator takes you to the master suite that has a custom-carved marble fireplace and balcony overlooking the ocean.
In addition to soaking in the beautiful infinity pool, the owner of Bumblebee Manor is free to roam on 350 feet of private beach.
Bumblebee Manor is surrounded by 2,000 square feet of stone terraces with rich mahogany decks to compliment the beautiful outdoors.
The pool's cabana is truly where the personality is -- those color and pattern combinations are certainly made for poolside soirees.
You now you've made it when you have a sun room with an ocean view where you can sit and enjoy the morning rays.
The bathroom at The Beach Bunker is sure to pamper you after a busy day of riding the Atlantic waves.
The master suite of the six bed, seven bath home (besides having the most beautiful bench we've ever seen) has a private bath and balcony overlooking the pool.
The pool house is built with moveable sliding walls that turn this bunker into an instant party palace.
If the ocean tends to be a bit salty for your liking, never fear. The Beach Bunker has a fresh water pool built into its 1/3 acre of land.
The Beach Bunker is a 5,500 square foot steel framed home that offers privacy with amazing ocean views in Montauk, New York.
The living room is divided in two two separate spaces by a double sided fireplace made from black granite imported from Zimbabwe.
The streamlined kitchen boasts a breakfast counter and a $40,000 antique wooden table -- so as our mother would say, use a cutting board.
We love the bright pops of yellow furniture against this intense black fireplace in the open floor plan living room.
With the ocean merely a stones throw away, we understand why the design called for floor to ceiling windows -- the better to see its splendor with, my dears.
Less than 100 feet from the Atlantic Ocean, the home comes with $450,000 shutters and windows that protect from a hurricane at the touch of a button.
This bedroom in the three bed, one bath home is where Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller reportedly stayed. We're hoping the deer were there, too.
The windmill now operates as possibly the biggest walk in closet we've ever seen.
Well, they don't call this Amagansett, NY, home The Windmill House for nothing. The home was actually built in the late 1800s on five gorgeous acres.
This country tiled kitchen is a perfect match for The Windmill House's 19th century architecture.
The aged timber beams and rough plaster finish on the ceiling adds character to the 1,100 square foot home.
Inside, the living room has a Dutch colonial bungalow decor. This cozy crib, that's just 2.2 miles from the beach, costs a mere $50,000 for a summer rental.
Tying into the East Coast summer theme, the staircase has a nautical style banister with over 100 feet of rope leading to the master bedroom.
The second staircas takes guests up to the preserved inside of the original windmill.
If a traditional romantic getaway is your fancy, The Windmill House may be the perfect place to spend your summers with this original windmill architecture, duck and chicken houses, and 100 year old apple orchard.