This traditional dining room is bathed in champagne tones from the French pleat drapes to the elegant chandelier. Wood shutters and framed crab prints are charming coastal additions to the sophisticated space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a decorative grate hides unsightly utilities and is a charming addition to this bathroom's coastal details. Keeping with the beach theme, a weathered oak vanity is a gorgeous yet functional choice for a family with two young boys.
This home's entryway is an introduction to the large living room and open floor plan that includes a dining room, family room and kitchen. The space features a weathered wood fireplace and white brick--great additions for designer Debbie Talianko's coastal-style design approach for the home. The look is soft, inviting and comfortable for family living.
This cottage-style master bathroom, an addition that hugs the existing structure of this charming Jamestown, Rhode Island, bungalow, features soft blue walls, white wainscoting and built-in cabinets that flank the mirror. Lighting is installed directly on the mirror inside a built-in niche, adding to the room's cozy ambiance. Nautical-style light fixtures and beadboard paneling are among the many details that tie this room to its location and give it a breezy, coastal vibe.
Charleston is a city famous for its gracious porches and Gregg has two, in addition to a lovely first floor covered patio at her home's entrance. This one features more practical vinyl upholstery and plenty of rattan and wood for a casual, coastal vibe.
This sunroom uses blue hues to echo the colors of the Hamptons Bay. Durable outdoor fabrics, striped pillows and glass lanterns accentuate the coastal aesthetic and create a comfortable spot for entertaining visitors. The bunching coffee table was a perfect addition to the room, too, as it can easily be separated into four small tables or assembled as a large coffee table.
The Santa-Barbara-style estate set on six private acres in Atlanta's posh Buckhead neighborhood is a testament to the difference 15 designers and four landscape architects can make when they focus on a specific family's needs instead of dialing their designs up to 11 (as is common in group projects like this one). "There was so much restraint in this showhouse," Melanie Turner, the project's honorary chair, explains. "It's calm, it's simple, there are fewer pieces in each of the rooms, but what is in there is very special and more purposeful." Turner asked the designers to imagine a couple with children relocating to Atlanta from southern California, and to reflect their home state's coastal style.
Doing so involved taking the house "down to the studs," Turner says. The 11,000 square feet of airy-yet-intimate living space, includes a showstopping glass-walled family room addition, a new outdoor pool with a built-in sectional and fire pit, one-of-a-kind finishes and spectacular art.