An antique chandelier hangs above an entryway covered with limestone tiles on the wall and brick pavers on the ground. An antique mirror and framed etchings decorate the walls above a settee and dresser.
As seen on HGTV's Design on a Dime, this transitional living room pairs mustard yellow walls with white curtains and a white marble fireplace. Fish artwork and a woven rug add a subtle coastal feel to the space.
Large sliding glass doors open this living area to the backyard and so blur the lines between the home's interior and exterior. As they stretch out on the sofa or read in either of the armchairs, the owners can also enjoy sunshine and cool coastal breezes.
Everything about this serene living room says calm and relaxation. The contemporary room has a beachy feel thanks to a sisal linen area rug, crisp white walls, natural fabrics and materials, and streamlined furniture.
Designer Stefani Stein didn't have to look far to find inspiration for this beautiful bathroom; with white walls and a blue vanity, the space easily takes cues from the ocean. The tile floor even evokes thoughts of sea glass.
To give the outdoor dining area a coastal touch, the designers layered the reclaimed wood table with plates and linens in warm tones, like teal and coral. Starfish accents and a seahorse centerpiece further evoke thoughts of the beach.
A surfboard and lifeguard chair give this bunk room a punch of coastal style in a fun, kid-centric way. The life ring attached to the chair adds a vibrant splash of color to the otherwise soft-hued space.
Dark blue walls, a red armchair and nautical flag artwork give this teen boy's bedroom a cool, coastal touch. Because so much of the space features darker hues, the designers used a large, cream-colored area rug to lighten the look -- and evoke thoughts of sandy beaches, of course.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Cory and Lori Wallman found the perfect blend of Mid-Century modern and beach in this two-bedroom home above the Laurel Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. As shown in this master bedroom, the couple opted for a blond finish on their hardwood floors and soft touches against a neutral color palette to underscore the natural, cozy feeling of the cottage.
A clean concrete path both highlights the home's dramatic entrance and puts a modern twist on its coastal style. To increase visibility at night, landscape architect J.R. Kramer layered the walkway with sconces and other lights.