This coastal breakfast room brings the sea inside with open bay windows that provide a great view. Bamboo table and chairs, a sisal rug and nautical striped cushions all give the space a beach house feel.
A built-in wooden china cabinet showcases coastal decor and special occasion dishes, while adding some natural texture to this space. Stock flowers and greenery make up this simple centerpiece for an effortless, elegant look.
This home has a great sense of flow, as the living room easily transitions into the dining area. Here, a tulip table, cushioned banquette and several bright red chairs encourage the owners and their guests to take a seat and enjoy a quick bite.
Varied fabrics and textures in shades of beige come together to provide a look of beauty and feeling of peace in this open dining space. A chandelier with 4 lamps hangs above the table, which is surrounded by upholstered chairs.
The white chandelier over this dining room table is reminiscent of seaweed or coral found in the ocean. Patterned wallpaper with foil pressed leaves bring a hint of glamour to the space. White beadboard ceilings give the room a cottage feel.
Beaded chandeliers and sculptural coral add textural, coastal elements to this classic dining room. Linen slipcovered dining chairs give off an air of elegance and effortlessness that matches this room's sophisticated-yet-beachy design. A blue-and-white striped area rug enhances this space's laid-back nautical style.
A whitewashed farmhouse table adds a bit of rustic chic to the clean white space. Mixing modern chairs in a soft pink with a masculine concrete and wood bench adds an eclectic accent that still feels streamlined.
A bamboo chandelier hangs over the natural wood dining table. Woven white wicker chairs surround the table. A textured table against the wall features two driftwood lamps each with a unique white base. A simple painting adds a touch of soft blue color to the relaxing neutral tones.
Cream tones and rustic details were selected for this home near the ocean for a coastal look. Designers Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri also added panels of faux boxwood leaves to create an earthy feature wall.
This coastal kitchen and dining area features a long wooden dining table under an iron light fixture. White-painted wood chairs with patterned blue cushions surround the table. Blue bar chairs with nailhead finish provide extra seating facing the adjoining kitchen, while a blue subway tile backsplash in the kitchen provides a bright splash of color against the white cabinets. A wood inlay floor ties both spaces together.
Double cabinets and columns establish a hint of separation between the dining and living areas in this coastal-inspired space. Deep ceiling coffers and mullioned windows add a touch of formality that is offset by the casual furnishings and washed-out colors.