A red, white and blue color theme for this kids bunk room features nautical decor, including the rope ladder to get to the top bunk. White shiplap walls give the space coastal flair, which is a perfect match for the beach bungalow.
New energy-efficient windows a bit bigger than before on each side of the bed and another by the seating area have crisp white roman shades that offer control over the level of natural light in the room.
Vaulted Ceiling, Corner Cabinet Keeps Lake Views Unobstructed
A corner cabinet offers storage without obstructing the stunning views of Little Lake Worth in North Palm Beach, Fla., through the windows of this serene master bedroom. The natural tones of the vaulted wood ceiling and the beaded empire chandelier create a cottage look in this coastal home.
White walls and a natural wood ceiling create the perfect backdrop for a coastal bedroom retreat. Coral-patterned pillows and a coordinating bedskirt keep with the coastal feel, and a red pillow adds a vibrant punch of color.
Polished yet fun, the guest bedroom displays a classic nautical theme with a modern twist. Blue and orange hues, as well as geometric shapes, are repeated in the wool rug and bedding, while vaulted bead board ceilings and floor-to-ceiling drapery expand the space for an open and airy feel.
In this sage green bedroom, a tan wicker bed and headboard is topped with green and white bedding, decorated with a slew of pillows that include red and gold pillows, and positioned next to a wood side table on which has a clear table lamp and sea shells.
Mismatched stripes work together here with classic navy balancing out the bolder red and light blue color scheme in the bed skirt and bolster pillows. Plants reside in woven hanging baskets to add visual interest and texture.
In a space with sharp architectural angles designer Samantha Nicholson’s choice of pale pink for the walls serves a dual purpose, both softening the harsh edges and highlighting the room’s character. Another bonus for a waterfront home: “It’s a simple, soothing color that’s a twist on the expected blue/green palette that you’d expect in a coastal home,” she says.