In front of the bay window, designer Ashley Yeates Lathrop created a sophisticated sitting area with a traditional-style chair and a tall side table with spiral legs. A coral-inspired lamp adds a beachy touch to this ocean-side guest suite.
A tufted neutral bench at the foot of the bed matches the tufted headboard. Built in yellow lighting borders the textured accent wall creating a nice depth in the sleek, white room. Coral lamp stands, metallic wall mounts and a sea themed throw pillow create a modern tropical decor. A blue glass sliding door maximizes space.
An assortment of seashells, sea glass and coral decorates the top of the white dresser. A grasscloth finish on the dresser complements the coastal theme of the accessories. A mirror with a herringbone pattern of inlaid bone reflects the light from a seafoam green lamp with a linen shade, creating soft lighting and tying the decor together.
A collection of antique and vintage grooming tools, displayed in an old fashioned barber’s jar, accessorizes this vanity. The spray of coral against the marble panel and a bronze cross, used to hang jewelry while the homeowner is washing up, add a touch of quirky panache.
Save money on dorm room decorating by bringing items from home and restyling them in a fresh, new way. Vivid colors create a bright and bold display perfect for showcasing personal style. The hexagonal corkboard wall doubles as wall-mounted storage for favorite necklaces and bracelets.
Loud fabrics and unique, Asian-themed accessories give this while-walled guest bedroom panache. Symmetry rules the design, with a pair of mirrored side tables supporting matching white lamps. Bold coral pillows stand out against the whimsical, zebra-stripe headboard.
Mint green, coral and soft blue create a pleasing pastel color palette. A large tufted coffee table with green stripes compliments the wall coloring. Coral striped chairs, green plaid chairs and a white sofa face into the centered coffee table. Decorative throw pillows and table lamps spread the pink hue from the chairs to the opposite side of the room for a finished design.