This handmade art piece adorns a prominent wall in the restaurant, showcasing the chef's spoon collection. The collection is the result of a thieving habit of swiping spoons from memorable dining experiences around the world.
Even though this coastal-inspired living room has extra high ceilings, it still manages to be warm and inviting due to the fireplace and plenty of comfortable seating. A driftwood art piece, a seagrass rug and the white, blue and green color scheme lend a beachy feel to the space.
This unique piece of art, featured on an exterior wall, was a discovery at a local neighborhood art fair. Thanks to its teal hues and driftwood look, the piece easily complements the lounge's coastal aesthetic.
Modern art is striking against these cool blue walls, but the furnishings in this conversation area are oriented toward the room's real focal point: the view. Broad sliding doors open this contemporary living room to the outdoor space beyond. Colors in the home reflect its natural, oceanside setting.
A flowering, shrubby vine grows up the pergola to eventually provide full shade over the front porch. The spherical yard decoration made of driftwood is representative of the home's owners appreciation for art, which is evidenced by numerous collected pieces displayed throughout the house.
Full of fun, creative details this hangout space is reminiscent of the sailing and coastal towns. Classic red, white, and blue colors the drift wood as a rustic artful element bring everything together.
This modern NYC apartment has a unique and eclectic feel with a soft gray upholstered sectional sofa, driftwood coffee table, custom console table, midcentury modern vintage gold mirrors, and a black and white pop art accent wall.
The open floor plan of this Driftwood, Tex., home combines the living space and dining room. A traditional table is surrounded by shield-back chairs and highlighted by a classic chandelier in the dining space. The living room features comfortable yet contemporary furniture, focused on the limestone fireplace.
This small powder room packs a big design punch with a driftwood-inspired floating vanity, modern art and an accent wall fully covered in mosaic glass tiles. A glass countertop and vessel sink continue the modern theme.
This modern living space is chock full of unique sculptures, art and design items. Turquoise fish on the wall bring a nautical flair, as does the driftwood in the corner. The sunburst-like metal wall hanging also echoes the great outdoors.
Treated and stained driftwood stands on display as a sculptural piece of art that adds an organic textural element to this coastal modern foyer. A refurbished antique bench gets a bohemian update with indigo tie dye pillows. The photo of rippled sand calls to mind again the coastal inspiration for this space.
Driftwood accents and wall art that's as subtle as seafoam trailing over sand tie this coastal living room to its seaside setting and layer it with interesting texture. Window treatments and furnishings are neutral, drawing the eye to the peaceful ocean view beyond. Sheer draperies add to the room's ethereal feel.
Chris mixed modern with traditional to create a transitional design style. He paired a tailored, button-tufted, 1960s-style sofa with an ovular, bronze and glass coffee table that has more traditional lines. For rustic, masculine texture, Chris opted for end tables made of driftwood with glass tops. A pair of mid-century modern table lamps added a touch of the unexpected to the space. Altogether the furniture arrangement came to slightly over $2000. After searching for art, Chris couldn't find anything he connected with and instead had a professional photographer shoot his collectible Cutlass convertible, and then had it framed as fine art.