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.
Paint the ceiling for a cohesive designer look. For this small bathroom, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch used Benjamin Moore’s Habanero Pepper, which matches the reddish tones in the chinoiserie wallpaper. Also, she had the seagrass rug custom cut, which is not a budget buster, and added a border with a yard of fabric that coordinated with the wallpaper.
This living room features buttery-yellow walls, white sectional and setee and a marble fireplace. A seagrass area rug and reclaimed wood coffee table add to the natural, sea-inspired feel of the space.
This coastal-style living room features buttery-yellow walls with furnishings in white, including the breezy draperies. A seagrass area rug and reclaimed wood coffee table adds to the natural, sea-inspired feel of the space.
Atlanta designer Julie Holloway calls her signature style "bomoco" for its blend of bohemian, modern and country. There are plenty of design tips to incorporate into your own space, from the soft pastels of an Oriental rug that soften the seagrass rug underneath (and dispense with the need for a rug pad) to the whimsical art dead-center above the headboard to the imaginative mix of old and new in the acrylic chair combined with a rustic wooden desk used as a nightstand here.
Light and airy wallpaper plus a whitewashed floor gives the illusion of more space and light in this small attic bedroom. The striped rug balances the floral wallpaper, while the woven seagrass headboard adds a coastal vibe.
A breezy patio expansion preserves the views of the Puget Sound while providing covered seating to enjoy the scenery. A round woven seagrass coffee table, versatile outdoor rugs and red accents keep the look decidedly relaxed and coastal.
Decorated with a nautical theme in mind, this guest room features cherry red and blue accents that stand out against the stark, white walls. Blue and white striped bed linens work together with a navy blue and white striped rug to add pattern and interest to the space. A seagrass bed completes the coastal vibe.
A crisp, white color palette accented with tones of blue is a refreshing look for the family room. A plush, white sectional blends in with the shiplap walls, and a striped rug and ocean artwork break up the white to provide a little color pop. A seagrass coffee table centers the space to finish the coastal design.