Warm woods pair with a cool palette of gray, turquoise and yellow to create an inviting, comfortable bedroom. Distressed wood is used for the nightstand and bed, creating a striking contrast against the clean white linens.
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.
Some people telecommute, others finish work projects or emails after hours at home, while still others simply enjoy having a dedicated home office for paying bills and taking care of other personal business. An extra bedroom is a perfect option for a home office because the door can be closed for solitude and focus or to hide clutter.
Coastal Pool and Patio Area With Neutral Stone Tiles
This spacious patio features neutral Terrazzo tiles that lead the way to a relaxing pool and hot tub area. Blue stucco covers the home exterior, while a covered sitting area with a brown wicker furniture set offers a comfortable place for kicking back and enjoying the shade.
Picturesquely situated on the edge of the marsh, this home's living room features double doors that slide back to allow access to a deck. Inside, a soothing neutral palette elegantly complements the landscape outside.
This sunroom uses blue hues to echo the colors of the Hamptons Bay. Durable outdoor fabrics, striped pillows and glass lanterns accentuate the coastal aesthetic and create a comfortable spot for entertaining visitors. The bunching coffee table was a perfect addition to the room, too, as it can easily be separated into four small tables or assembled as a large coffee table.
Built-In Media Center and Window Seat in Master Bedroom
Whether you want a built-in media center or extra drawer space, this master bedroom design has you covered. A built-in window seat turns into two separate spots on either side of the media center, so you have the option to be next to the window or in a cozy nook away from the natural light.
White makes every room look bigger – especially this lofted attic space with a soaring ceiling – because it allows light to reflect. A wooden daybed nestles up to a row of windows, and the coastal color palette and woven carpeting keep the look feeling fresh and effortless.