Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel features a crisp white palette throughout that evokes a coastal feel. This hotel room incorporates colorful artwork and accessories like a throw pillow and vase for a warm, bright ambiance.
Classic wingback chairs get a fresh Nantucket-style update with striped linen fabric and monograms. Dark hardwood floors continue into the dining room for continuity, although the respective room's styles differ.
The interior of 21 Broad Hotel epitomizes a modern coastal vibe perfect for its Nantucket, Mass., setting. A vivid blue, green and yellow abstract acrylic-on-wood painting perfectly complements the blue rug and matching stair runner.
A light wood canopy bed, crisp white linens and cool blue accents evoke a coastal feel in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel. The painting is one of many commissioned by the hotel on display throughout the property.
This transitional dining nook in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel carries the same white-on-white palette as the rest of the space, creating a light, bright ambiance. Smartly chosen accents add pops of color, like the upholstered armchair and the coffee table accents.
Several chairs and a couple of sofas define sitting areas in this great room in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel. The transitional room's white palette and blue and yellow accents contribute to the hotel's cool, coastal vibe.
The 21 Broad Hotel epitomizes Nantucket living thanks to its white-on-white palette and casual coastal feel. This transitional living space offers plenty of comfortable seating for relaxing and socializing, as well as a small dining table for enjoying in-house meals.
Stepping into the two-story great room of that same Nantucket-style home, designer Bruce Palmer continues his theme of elegant coastal living by featuring traditional marine-inspired prints and decor. Although slightly understated by the grandeur of the candle chandeliers and coffered ceiling, the coastal accessories still beautifully represent the home's natural surroundings. Design by Bruce Palmer; construction by Dewson Construction Company; architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA; photography by John Jenkins
The design inspiration for this breakfast nook started with the light fixture, discovered in a Nantucket shop. To cozy up the banquette, red, white and blue pillows were added for a touch of Americana.
A trompe l’oeil treatment keeps the homefires ever-burning in this fireplace on Nantucket by Housefox Design. Kristina Striukova used acrylic paint to transform the interior of the formerly all-white fireplace into an engaging scene – with decorative mural work above.