Photo By: Photographer: John McManus, Builder: Chuck Hunter, Osprey Construction Inc
Beach Bungalow Bedroom Chair With Coastal Design
In this bungalow style bedroom, an oversized chair is positioned next to a window. The drapes covering the window and one pillow in the chair are made from the same blue and floral-print fabric. The subtle coastal decor creates a relaxed bedroom sitting area.
In this master bedroom, a long, simple wood table doubles as a nightstand and desk. It's a clever way to make the room more functional without requiring additional floor space. The stylish two-toned canopy bed is by Tara Shaw.
Bathroom Vanity Features Thick Concrete Countertops and Integrated Sinks
Thick concrete countertops and fully integrated sinks offer the look of luxury in this bathroom. High-end touches like the vanity are balanced throughout the home with affordable choices, such as the decorative pendant lights.
Open-Plan Coastal Living Space With Coffered Ceiling
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.
Pastel Coastal Bedroom With Gray Wood-Plank Headboard
Pale blues and hints of coral create a soothing color palette in this coastal-style bedroom. The gray wood-plank headboard brings a soft yet rustic look to the bed. A cloche with fake flowers makes a simple but pretty floral display on the wicker nightstand.
A dramatic floor to ceiling stone fireplace is the focal point in this two-story coastal style living room. A neutral sectional and wood coffee table add a touch of contrast to the bright look of the space, including soft beige walls and large windows that allow natural light to flood the room.
This living room exudes stylish serenity with its beach-inspired palette (sandy browns, white and blue) and pops of pattern. Blue cabinets along the back wall tidy away clutter and provide a grounding dose of darker color.
Coastal Living Room With Beadboard Ceiling and Large Windows
Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's "Sarah's Summer House," went for rustic charm when designing the living room. The room seems as if it's perched over the water with its wraparound windows. She arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.
Light walls and white cabinets create a bright, breezy atmosphere in this coastal kitchen, which fits perfectly with this home. Two islands, offer ample counter and cabinet space — a chef's dream come true.
Flagstone steps wind down the hillside, creating a safe route to the lower terrace and sitting area. Where the stone's sandy hues complement the coastal setting, the purple three-awn grass softens the landscape.
Waterfront views can be enjoyed from both the lower-level patio or the balcony of this coastal home. A wood dining table and chairs make for easy alfresco dining on the lower patio. Stone pavers that extend to the water are a nod to the rocky shoreline.
It's easy to imagine falling asleep to the sound of the waves in this serene, beautiful bedroom with a wonderful ocean view. Vaulted wood ceilings bring a lighter-than-air feel to the space and built-in shelves around the bed become both nightstands and display areas.
Neutral Coastal Dining Room With Light Blue Chairs
Designer Sarah Richardson arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.