Contemporary and coastal style combine in this living room, making the space feel chic yet comfortable. Dark blue accents and driftwood-like tables nod to the beach, while a photograph captures surfers in the middle of a set.
This dazzling dining room takes a contemporary approach to coastal style. A live edge dining table offers a touch of rusticity, an opulent chandelier adds a touch of elegance and ikat upholstered chairs add a touch of trendy style. Beachy accessories ensure the space maintains its coastal flair.
This inviting dining area, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, preserves a tone-on-tone color palette, yet its furnishings suggest a coastal edge to a contemporary approach. The focal points of the room are the modern-style fringe chandelier in dark brown glass that adds drama and depth and the large green floral arrangement set off center on the table.
This section of Jackson Paige Interiors' contemporary master bedroom suggests an updated coastal approach to its overall design. The upholstered headboard in teal, the birdcage-style lantern and woven front drawer nightstand give a nod to the nautical, yet with an upscale, sophisticated aesthetic. The graphic wallpaper in gray and white adds texture and interest to the room.
The dining room shows off this Newport Beach home's fresh take on coastal-inspired style. Hints of ocean blue contrast with the crisp white dining table and chairs. And a school of 3-D fish make their way across the back wall.
One of the benefits of a sharp, white room: There can be many accessories and design items without the space feeling too busy. Here, a coastal-style home boasts a gorgeous fireplace with mantel, TV and loads of comfy furniture. The ceilings and fan add a tropical flair.
HGTV fan dgabriele used neutral hues and subtle seashell decor to create a chic, sea-inspired living space. An eclectic mix of distressed furniture and crisp white accents showcase the casual elegance of a refined yet shabby space. To create a casual, beachy feel in your space, mix various furniture styles (rustic, cottage or contemporary) and materials (rattan, polyester, cotton or linen).
This blue and white living area transitions and defines the dining and kitchen areas with slight changes to the design style. While the furnishings in the dining room are more transitional, the kitchen presents a cozier, contemporary style. The pendant lighting complements the traditional dining room chandelier.
Jackson Paige Interiors incorporated a coastal feel to their contemporary design in this Brentwood remodel with their careful selection of fun accent pieces in the rooms. This starfish set, casually set atop vintage-style bottles, is another example of this approach.
Jackson Paige Interiors designed this Brentwood home with a contemporary approach but added touches of coastal style throughout the space. This family room, for example, features a soft turquoise wallpaper as an accent wall, complementary sofa pillows, along with a coffee table, end table and art that inspire one to "hit the beach." Especially fetching are the low-to-the-ground occasional chairs that have a cottage-style aesthetic.
Benjamin Moore's 'Blue Suede Shoes' paint adds a fun twist to the cool contemporary coastal vibe to the kitchen in this New Hampshire beach home. Shiplap-style paneling helps conceal some of drawer seams in the cabinetry, and open shelving continues those lines while balancing the weight of the blue to keep the space feeling open and airy. Thick countertops were a splurge for the homeowners but were balanced by lower-cost touches like the decorative lighting.
This gorgeous master bedroom borrows design elements from a variety of styles for a look that's bright, casual and oh-so-comfortable. The clean-lined canopy bed screams contemporary, and the natural fiber rug gives off a coastal vibe. Meanwhile, the light wood floors hint at a farmhouse aesthetic.
The horizontal detail of the cabinetry fronts are echoed in the paneling of the vaulted ceiling, creating a visually balanced look in this contemporary coastal kitchen. The shiplap-style paneling helps mask the drawer seams. Designer Kristina Crestin opted against upper shelving in the sink area to balance the bold look of the cabinets and maintain a light, airy look in the space.
This screened-in porch is lit with an industrial-chic chandelier so it can be enjoyed at night as well as during the day. Exposed ceiling beams and coastal-style wooden chairs add even more character to the space, as seen on HGTV's Property Brothers.