Placing velvet on a settee that is already an interesting shape really made the piece pop and instantly catches the eye. Mixing wood tones and textures in a subtle way helped to add variety a bring a fancy yet casual atmosphere.
An all-white breakfast nook, accented with shades of blue, is an inviting place to dine with friends and family. An L-shaped, built-in banquette and four cushioned, metal chairs offer casual and comfortable seating.
White Coastal Open Living Room With Gray Striped Rug
The gray-and-white-striped rug and beige-and-white-striped couch complement each other, making a subtle, playful statement. Bold pink cushions and green throw pillows bring a whimsical vibrancy to the space.
Breakfast Nook: Cape Cod Estate on Buzzards Bay in Dartmouth, Mass.
Blue and white give this breakfast nook a big personality. Nautical touches—lobster pillows and sailboat decor—fit right in with the waterfront surroundings. A glass-top table and upholstered banquette strike a polished note in the casual dining space.
The cool-toned color palette keeps things light and airy, giving an informal feel to this coastal-style living room. Streamlined traditional pieces like the rustic glass-top coffee table give the room a more refined touch.
Preppy Coastal Living Room With Glass Coffee Table
A glass-top coffee table with a white metal base keeps this living space feeling open and bright thanks to its minimalist, airy design. Hot-pink seat cushions and Kelly-green throw pillows pop in the mostly white space. A gray-and-white-striped rug defines the living room and adds warmth to the tile floors.
Coastal Home Office Boasts Industrial Light Fixture
With soft blue walls and a coastal wood desk, this home office feels like a beach-inspired getaway. An industrial light fixture and sliding barn doors add an unexpected edginess to the otherwise tranquil design.
In the living room and foyer of the HGTV Dream Home 2016 in Merritt Island, Florida, a photographic mural of surfers covers one entire wall. It's an imaginative way to fill the room with life and unique personality.
The first floor of the house has an open concept layout, allowing an easy flow between living room, den, dining room and kitchen. A pale neutral palette and lots of windows and glass doors keep the feel bright and airy.