A coral-printed pillow ties in with the coral upholstery on a soft, hooded reading chair in this transitional California dining room. Damask wallpaper, gilded mirrors and exotic accessories give this glam space its Hollywood Regency appeal.
A coral canopy bed is an eye-catching feature in the guest bedroom of the 2014 HGTV Dream Home, The layering of chevron and ikat prints on the bed is colorful and playful, and is offset by a rustic timber ceiling. A pair of gold chandeliers provide warm bedside lighting.
This adorable nursery blends antique finds with graphic prints and playful color to create a space that's chic for any age. The pink stripes are a subtly feminine touch. Coral stripe paint color: Sherwin Williams Coral Island Code SW 6332; Paint color above chair rail: Sherwin Williams Worldly Gray Code SW 7043; Window panels: Nate Berkus for Target; Crib: Baby Town; Gray Glider: Buy Buy Baby
Rather than overlook this corner of the room, designer Lauren Clement made it fully functional. A vintage print adds intrigue and interest to the wall, while a pretty bench with pillows invites visitors to sit a spell.
A variety of textures and patterns are used in this monochromatic bedroom to create visual interest and tactile appeal. A shell-decorated table lamp and coral-printed pillow bring a breezy, beachy element to the space.
A framed vintage octopus print keeps watch over this white side table on which are a pair of delicate metal lamps and carefully preserved beach finds. Underneath the table, the texture of a seagrass basket provides contrasts to the gleam of smooth hardwood floors.
This inviting guest room invokes the nearby ocean in a sophisticated way with the use of indigo blue and white tones in the bed linens. The motif is carried further with pillows featuring prints of sea life, coral placed on the nightstand and prints of sand dollars on the walls above the beds.