Beach Pea Design

Helping independent business owners and non-profit organizations manage their online presence and visual identity. We create mobile-friendly, responsive websites and other visual and print communication products. 

Our Services Are Designed To Be:


Mobile-friendly design is top of mind to our team. We work hard to ensure your design products perform across modern devices.


Your website is the base of your online activities. It needs to interact with social media platforms, payment gateways, newsletter providers and more.


We are committed to you, our client. We are available and ready to help you when you need support or to move forward with new dreams.

Projects by Beach Pea Design

Back Home Bed and Breakfast

Beach Pea Design helped Back Home Bed and Breakfast create a new website that allows them to book their rooms directly on their site, to save on commission fees, but also integrates with outside booking platforms to prevent double bookings.

Iron Mountain Wilderness Cabins

Accommodations booking management, website development, hosting, payment processing integration, newsletters, social media integration, event management, email set-up for client, advertising and media purchasing.

The Baddeck Remakery

The Baddeck Remakery is a creative company that repurposes vintage jewellery and silverware items into stylish new fashion and home decor items. Beach Pea Design enjoyed collaborating with graphic design artist Wendy Burns Morrison to create a colourful e-commerce website for her and her husbands new business.

Canadian Society for Traditional Music

Beach Pea Design worked with board members across Canada to produce a new responsive website design for their national society. This project included migrating content from their previous server, re-designing the website and adding e-commerce, a private membership area, and events calendar to the site.

Mawita’mk Society

Beach Pea Design has been working with Mawita’mk Society over the past year to create a website that is reflective of the excellent work they do to provide people with disabilities the services and care they need within their own cultural community. We worked with the staff at Mawita’mk to collect images and content to…

Bras d’Or CEPI

In 2016, in anticipation of their conference “People of the Lake Speak”, Beach Pea Design created a new mobile friendly website, which included a user-friendly library to make it easy to store and find important documents about the Bras d’Or.

Cape Breton Ride for the Cure

A popular fundraiser for the Cape Breton Cancer Centre, this annual motorcycle ride took participants around the Cabot Trail in support of cancer treatment and breast cancer research. Beach Pea Design was hired in 2016 to create a new website that allowed for registration and online ticket purchases.

Cape Breton Lobster

The Lobster Fishing Area 27 Management Board hired Beach Pea Design to construct a mobile-friendly website that was designed to provide tourists to Cape Breton Island with a tool to look up port locations and which gave instructions on how to purchase and cook fresh lobster.

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We believe in creativity and balance. At Beach Pea Design we strive to conduct our business in ways that strengthen our community, nurture respectful and healthy client relationships and in a manner that is in tune with our environment.

We believe in working efficiently and effectively while allowing for creativity, inspiration and physical, mental and emotional balance for our team members. We also love to have our toes in the sand and balance out hard work with enjoyment of island life…often at a local beach!

Why Beach Pea?

We felt the description of this lovely little plant fitting to our endeavors:

“Beach-pea grows in ocean-side sand dunes from NewFoundland south to New Jersey. The species is quite tenacious, flourishing in the dynamic, arid, and saline environment typical along the Atlantic coast. Beach-pea develops a deep, expansive root system that provides stabilization to the ever-shifting sands of the dune ecosystem.”

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