This combined kitchen, living space and dining room are perfectly coordinated in this coastal design theme.
Subtle periwinkles, blues and seaglass tones dominate the space, even repeating the seaglass color on the island lighting, which was painted to match the color palette in the space and bring in a pop of color in the island area. Warm, toasty white oak shiplap was chosen to balance the practical floor tile that would take all the abuse from kid traffic.
Upon entering the foyer, a few steps lead visitors into a gleaming white living room filled with natural light compliments of a wall of glass. Large windows dominate the space, and pops of blue and yellow color are bright and cheery.
To use a dark color in a space and maintain a light, airy feel overall, focus the shade in one main area, like the floor, ceiling or an accent wall. This bathroom pairs navy floor tiles with white walls and countertops and a blonde wood vanity.
Channeling the breeze of the bay outside, a calming shade of gray-blue fills the master bedroom. Floor-to-ceiling curtains and luxe bedding provide a relaxing-yet-simplistic backdrop for a restful night’s sleep.
The newly built home is just as pretty from the front as it is from the back. Beachgoers get a view of the home's rear that features modern white lattice and a staircase that leads to the relaxing deck and pool area.
Third-Floor Living Room Offers Sweeping Views of Atlantic Ocean
The living room of this New Hampshire coastal home is located on the third floor to maximize views of the ocean. Low-slung, neutral furnishings allow for the attention to stay on the beautiful views through the picture windows along three sides of the room. Touches of blue in the room's accents tie the look to the blue cabinetry in the adjacent kitchen.