Six pieces of framed art bring a coastal vibe to this relaxing master bedroom. An upholstered bench with a gray throw and gray and white accent pillows offers a place to relax and unwind after a long day's work.
In a room with high ceilings, artwork helps draw the eye up and fill the void of white wall. This living room's open shelving unit also adds visual punch to the space, displaying colorful accessories and books.
Wanting these stairs to look as bright as possible, the designers painted the walls white to catch the natural light from the windows. Meanwhile, a tall houseplant stretches from floor to ceiling and draws the eye up to a painting of the ocean -- the latter of which is totally fitting for a home in Montecito, Calif.
It's easy to entertain guests in this living room, as a zebra-print chair, Shibori-print chair and a neutral sofa provide some eclectic seating around a wood coffee table. A fireplace topped with coastal artwork centers the space and serves as a pretty focal point.
This unique piece of art, featured on an exterior wall, was a discovery at a local neighborhood art fair. Thanks to its teal hues and driftwood look, the piece easily complements the lounge's coastal aesthetic.
Art on canvas, instead of framed masterpieces, can be a lower-cost option to personalize a room. Designer Robin LaMonte says many of her clients hang artwork by their children prominently in their home. To start with, you can find a blank white canvas packs sold at arts and crafts stores.
In this home, designer Debbie Talianko selected contemporary pieces to work with more traditional furnishings and varied nautical accents. Coastal art inspired the accent colors around the room. The green glass lamp makes an appropriate statement adjacent to the white sectional sofa.
Above the wood console table in the foyer, coastal themed art mixes with two round mirrors and the sconces to create a fun gallery wall. On the table itself, a tray neatly corrals bouquets, keys and any other miscellaneous items.
Coastal style in this dining room is captured by wall art and table decorations. Using natural elements like seashells and potted plants translate the decorating style with ease. The teak dining room table and painted wall paneling set the perfect stage for coastal decor.