In this open concept living room, designers planned a concrete fireplace for a hint of industrial edge. The rest of the furnishings are simple and coastal chic: shiplap paneling, warm woods and natural fibers.
One of the benefits of a sharp, white room: There can be many accessories and design items without the space feeling too busy. Here, a coastal-style home boasts a gorgeous fireplace with mantel, TV and loads of comfy furniture. The ceilings and fan add a tropical flair.
This room is all about the view, but in this small beach cottage, every inch counts. Designers decided to go with an extra long sectional (for the sitting space) and a fun hanging chair in the corner. The rest of the floor plan was kept open so that people can be sitting at the many turquoise stools at the island as well as the living space without additional furniture in between. A fun assortment of various sized tables is an uncluttered look.
Shades of blue and green give this coastal inspired living room a sophisticated vibe. The grey sofa with navy trim sits in front of faded shutters bringing in a natural wood element paired with an elegant concrete side table and modern brass floor lamp.
Colorful patterns abound in this vibrant living room. Upholstered sofas and a chaise create comfortable seating around the wood coffee table. The 80-inch starfish art piece is mounted above the clerestory windows,connecting the space to the home's coastal location.
This bright living room features neutral furniture and wood plank walls paired with blue accents, giving the space a coastal look. A round wood coffee table sits at the center on top of a sisal rug, while a built-in window seat offers a cozy spot for relaxing. A blue and gray painting adds a modern touch.
The spectacular shore view from this beach house is all the art that's necessary to complete the living room. It's gorgeous! Overstuffed upholstered chairs reflect a casual feel, and hardwood floors make for easy clean up. The coffee table with the rotating top is a unique and functional piece of furniture -- and conversation piece.
Four smaller tables form a large cocktail table in this stylish beach house living room. The chocolate-and-white woven damask fabric contrasts with the upscale wicker club chairs. Orange-striped draperies hung on bamboo poles give the room a splash of color, as do the canvas throw pillows and hand-blown glass table lamps.
A wall of pickled pecky cypress houses three flat-screen televisions in this coastal living room. Motorized TV covers slide over the televisions when not in use. Geometric-patterned armchairs and a neutral sofa create a cozy sitting area, which is well-lit by multiple surrounding windows.