Designers truly enhanced the beachy feel in the living room with the fireplace that serves as the focal point to the space. Resurfaced in natural stone tile, the surround brings elements of browns into this space's design, while above the surround on the mantel of the fireplace, a collection of shells add to the nautical theme of the home.
The design of this sandstone backsplash helps to bring a beachy feeling to the space. Since the guest house is host to many pool parties, the designers wanted the space to feel as if it were a home off the coast.
To keep the beachy feel alive in this guest bedroom, designers painted the walls a lovely shade of blue that reflects the beauty of the ocean. To contrast the bright wall color, gray details were added to the room for a balance of warmth.
Above the stove in the stove in the kitchen, designers hung a painting that evokes the image of rolling waves at sunset, further bringing in the beachy feel the homeowners were looking for in their nautical themed home.
The homeowners wanted a beachy feel in their space, so designers incorporated seaside elements wherever they could. In the dining room, photographs of beaches and a sunburst mirror help to bring that feel to life.
A mix of blues and crisp white creates a beachy feel in the kitchen of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The cottage-style cabinets and quartz countertops are bright white, while the island, walls and kitchenware are varying shades of teal. The clear glass subway tile backsplash picks up on the blue tones of the room.
Vibrant beachy-blue hues abound in this coastal kitchen, giving the space a casual, relaxed feel. The kitchen's 6-foot island, capped in quartz, serves as both a workspace and casual-chic dining area. Bamboo leaf counter stools were selected for their weathered driftwood gray finish and beachy feel.
Capiz shell chandeliers, soothing blue walls and bright blue and green accessories lend a beachy feel to this living space. Exposed wood beams and hardwood floors add warmth to the room, while a large white sectional is the perfect spot to cozy up with views of the sea beyond.
Grass-woven pendant lights and driftwood accent add a natural, beachy feel to the breakfast bar in this kitchen. The light tones blend well with the medium tones of the cabinetry and dark brown bar stools.
Designers brought the beachy feel to the exterior of the home by re-stuccoing the exterior and painting it a natural brown and bringing in a natural element of stone to the space. Then, they added pops of color with a gray-blue front door and gray blue shutters, then they added coral pillows to brighten the design.
Although the palette is subdued, rich layers of texture warm up the dining area in this cottage-style coastal home. The weathered wood of the chairs evokes the feel of driftwood while the golden-beige walls have the hue of sand.
With such high ceilings, the goal of designer Anna Williams was to introduce a dramatic piece of art that would be the focal point of the living space. The commissioned painting by local artist Sue Tilley perfectly incorporates the serene coastal feeling with washed out shades of aqua. A rustic black coffee table grounds the space and contrasts with the warm timber floors.
An intriguing mix of materials gives this beachfront condominium's kitchen a rich, elegant feel that's at once rustic and modern. Exposed concrete pillars, reclaimed wood surfaces and sleek glass tile are harmonized by a soft palette of sand and water hues.