Coastal meets contemporary in this cool dining area, a mix of crisp, clean lines and bright, tropical colors. White leather wraparound banquette seating makes sure there's always room for one more at the table.
A light color palette makes this open concept living area and kitchen feel bright and open. A tobacco stick chandelier delineates a small dining area in the kitchen, and sailboat artwork in the living area serves as a nod to the apartment's coastal location.
The living room needed fun, durable seating to accommodate the family's teenage son and his friends, so designers added a tough, blue sectional and faux green leather ottoman that doubles as a coffee table. To provide display shelves, shelves were built into the half-wall separating the kitchen and dining room from the living room. These shelves are made of dark, rich wood, which, along with the white walls, ties this space into the rest of this family's 1920s Spanish home.
The great room in this neutral, rustic Martha's Vineyard home features ample seating and broad windows. A dining table for ten is situated to take advantage of the sweeping coastal view. Natural wood sheathes the walls, floor and ceiling, creating a pale palette that feels fresh and casual. Clerestory windows line the long side walls, bathing the space in sunlight.
Ocean-hued chairs create a colorful focal point in this otherwise neutral breakfast room. The traditional home features a wide-open great room with a kitchen that flows into the dining room, entry and sunroom and deck beyond. A round table and rug allow for easy access and traffic flow through the space. Shell and bamboo accents tie the space to its coastal setting.
With its wall of glass, this mod coastal sitting room feels almost suspended over the water. Mid-Century Modern furnishings create a cozy seating area with views of the outdoor dining room and the wide expanse of water beyond. A modern light fixture draws the eye without distracting from the spectacular view.
Coastal wood chairs with bright blue seat cushions are the perfect brightening element to surround the dark dining table. A centerpiece of white flowers adds natural texture to soften the look and add a personal touch. The open connection to the kitchen gives a spacious look to the room.
The round pedestal table with a weathered base and wood top sits center stage in the dining room. A coastal-style, hand-woven area rug with different shades of white and sky-blue adds pattern and softness underneath the dining table.
Broken Spanish is deeply devoted to a homey Mexican-American décor and offers a variety of dining experiences, from easy going two- and four-tops in the main room to bar seating. Orange and white Mexican tile decorates the entire wall adjacent to the open kitchen.
Here's the festive interior dining area of a restaurant called Broken Spanish Taqueria. Individual Mexican cushions for the seating were hand selected in Tijuana. A knickknack shelf is adorned with items from chef's home for a personal living-room feel. Antique "molinillos" hang from the ceiling.
Melissa and Madhi completely gutted the existing kitchen and removed a dividing wall to open the space to the living room and dining area at the renovated Coastal Calm condo. They installed new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a new tile backsplash.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Melissa and Mahdi completely gutted the existing kitchen and removed a dividing wall to open the space to the living room and dining area at the renovated Coastal Calm condo. They installed new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a new tile backsplash.