In the dining room that separates the kitchen and the living room, designers brought in a fun, wood buffet. The design of the wood on the front of the buffet gives a nod to driftwood that could be found on the beach, adding texture to the space's design. To finish off the nautical feel of the room, a centerpiece was crafted out of seashells, coral and fishing net.
To help control the sunlight in this beachy living room, designers hung thick, canvas curtains across the large sliding glass door to help block the light, while a pair of rattan Roman Shades cover the windows on either side of the fireplace.
A small serving tray is used on a brown coffee table to display a piece of coral which is covered by a glass dome, a small white ceramic vase, and two white candleholders. Two books and a white rock also decorate the table.
Welcoming guests with bold bursts of style gives them a great dose of your design personality. Large Nefertiti busts, an Art Deco table and a big hunk of coral are statement pieces that will interest and engage almost any visitor.
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.
Rather than extend the beach theme colors in the rest of the home into the master bedroom, designer Guillaume Gentet decided to use luxurious silver tones, pattern and organic shapes, making the space feel calming and serene. A cozy upholstered armchair with a matching ottoman provides a nice spot to relax and enjoy a book. A piece of blue coral adorns the end table by the armchair, adding a subtle beach-inspired detail to the room.
The back half of the sunroom features many functional features. From the wall of windows and the Nano door that leads to the outdoor dining room to the twenty foot long window seat, designers cleverly used every inch of the space in order to create a room that was cozy and stylish while mixing in unique pieces, such as the mirror with the coral eglosmise frame above the chest and the black tables in front of the window seat, add interest to the space's design.