The 21 Broad Hotel epitomizes Nantucket living thanks to its white-on-white palette and casual coastal feel. This transitional living space offers plenty of comfortable seating for relaxing and socializing, as well as a small dining table for enjoying in-house meals.
Neutral Transitional Hotel Hallway With Colorful Accents
The interior of 21 Broad Hotel epitomizes a modern coastal vibe perfect for its Nantucket, Mass., setting. A vivid blue, green and yellow abstract acrylic-on-wood painting perfectly complements the blue rug and matching stair runner.
Courtyard Seating Area Features Space Needle Sculpture
Connecting the cafe and bookstore with the co-working space in the rear building is an open courtyard seating area. The Space Needle sculpture was made by a local artist using salvaged wood from the existing building, and the original windows were salvaged to retain the character of the 1922 building. By reusing as much as possible, there is personality and history mixed with modern design.
Midcentury Modern Meets Country in Carefully Styled Sitting Area
Midcentury modern and country styles effortlessly blend in this lovely sitting area. White paneled walls and a rural painting create a country vibe, while carefully chosen furnishings play up a sleeker, trendier look.
White Transitional Hotel Room With Colorful Artwork
Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel features a crisp white palette throughout that evokes a coastal feel. This hotel room incorporates colorful artwork and accessories like a throw pillow and vase for a warm, bright ambiance.
White Transitional Hotel Dining Nook Adjacent to Sitting Area
This transitional dining nook in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel carries the same white-on-white palette as the rest of the space, creating a light, bright ambiance. Smartly chosen accents add pops of color, like the upholstered armchair and the coffee table accents.
Neutral Transitional Hotel Bedroom With Canopy Bed
A light wood canopy bed, crisp white linens and cool blue accents evoke a coastal feel in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel. The painting is one of many commissioned by the hotel on display throughout the property.
The street view was an important component for the owner of this boutique. West 5th Street is a busy street in Austin and it was important for her to have mannequins displayed in pop out windows with open views into the store.
A geometric patterned area rug pops against the crisp white walls in this stylish leasing office. White built-in cabinets provide subtle storage space, and a wood desk adds a punch of warmth and earthiness to the room.
The spacious display cabinets in this Los Angeles clothing store are made of glass, allowing for plenty of storage, and visibility as well as accessibility of product. A crystal chandelier hangs in the room, with other lighting provided by store front windows and recessed lighting in addition to the bounce back of light from the numerous mirrors.