New energy-efficient windows a bit bigger than before on each side of the bed and another by the seating area have crisp white roman shades that offer control over the level of natural light in the room.
A white four-poster bed takes center stage in this neutral bedroom. An adjacent white chair with light blue seat cushions complements the deeper blue colors in the entertainment center and wall art. A brown-and-white striped rug enhances the nautical design.
A striking four-poster bed complements the coastal style of this master bedroom. Wicker chairs and a small table at the foot of the bed create an intimate sitting area, while a neutral palette throughout ensures a serene retreat.
In this sage green bedroom, a tan wicker bed and headboard is topped with green and white bedding, decorated with a slew of pillows that include red and gold pillows, and positioned next to a wood side table on which has a clear table lamp and sea shells.
White makes every room look bigger – especially this lofted attic space with a soaring ceiling – because it allows light to reflect. A wooden daybed nestles up to a row of windows, and the coastal color palette and woven carpeting keep the look feeling fresh and effortless.
Exposed ceiling beams run perpendicular to the ceiling boards looking down over this coastal bedroom. Pastel blue wall paint compliments the blue details on the bed linens. A striped blue and white chair pops against the lighter colors of the room. A horseshoe shaped dresser bottom and patterned nightstand add beautiful detail to the design.
"Watery" blue (SW 6478) from the HGTV Home paint collection by Sherwin-Williams is paired with "Hearts of Palm" yellow (SW 6415) for a calming color palette in this coastal bedroom. A neutral woven rug and shabby chic nightstand complete the space.
Glass-paneled doors frame this breezy master bedroom, giving way to a spectacular ocean view. Deep brown hardwood covers the floors, while blue and green accents add pops of color. Two ceiling fans hang from the double tray ceiling.