Warm woods pair with a cool palette of gray, turquoise and yellow to create an inviting, comfortable bedroom. Distressed wood is used for the nightstand and bed, creating a striking contrast against the clean white linens.
Great Room: Cape Cod Estate on Buzzards Bay in Dartmouth, Mass.
A little color goes a long way in the great room, where pops of turquoise play up the coastal style of the waterfront home. Rustic exposed beams frame the space, which includes a pass through wet bar with arched built-ins.
A white painted stone fireplace serves as the focal point of this modern coastal style deck. White curtains offer privacy or protection from the sun. A rectangular coffee table with a black frame mimics the black framed outdoor couches.
The open living room right when you walk in instantly catches your eye, with a navy velvet demilune perfectly placed to do just that. The room was kept light and neutral and brought in color through furniture, pillows, rugs, and accent pieces.
All white walls and a ceiling make this upper floor media room feel bright and inviting despite its narrow layout. A brown leather sofa offers luxurious seating for game and movie nights. Along the back wall, a window seat is the ideal curl-up-and-read nook.
Contemporary Coastal Living Room With Stone Fireplace Surround
A minimalist table with nautical-inspired decor sets a coastal tone leading into this contemporary living room. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows showcase ocean views while a stone fireplace brings warmth into the space.
A former old-world bed was transformed into a coastal focal point simply by changing its surroundings. "I never dreamed that it would work in this environment," says designer Lori Rourk. "Once I placed it in the room, it became a focal point and was an unexpected delight."
Bright, contrasting feminine colors bring life to this living room. The second-hand sofa has been reupholstered with a soft green print and is accented with pillows of a geometric pattern. The drapes and seashell art tie the room together.
Designer Danielle Colding bought this table with an espresso finish, then sanded it down, added a coat of white paint and quickly removed it. This created a whitewashed effect that evokes the look of driftwood.
Custom Shelves Designed to Display Transferware Dishes
The family had a great collection of blue and white Transferware that that they wanted to incorporate into the design of their new kitchen, so display shelves were added to display these beautiful dishes.
Contemporary Coastal Kitchen Features Natural Wood
Black-framed windows add architectural interest to this kitchen while also supplying ample natural light to the space. A natural wood ceiling and coordinating cabinets pair with crisp white walls and countertops to create a casual, coastal feel.