Coastal Inspired Foyer With Board and Batten Walls
Board and batten walls, coastal decor and glass lamps with linen lampshades give this beautiful foyer a casual, beachy vibe. The pared-down palette, consisting only of whitewashed walls and variegated hardwood floors, creates an effortlessly polished look.
Room to sleep is plentiful in this kids bedroom. Multiple built-in bunk beds offer storage underneath the bottom beds as well as the steps leading to the top bunk beds. A patriotic color scheme adds a fresh, coastal vibe to the space.
Breakfast Nook: Cape Cod Estate on Buzzards Bay in Dartmouth, Mass.
Blue and white give this breakfast nook a big personality. Nautical touches—lobster pillows and sailboat decor—fit right in with the waterfront surroundings. A glass-top table and upholstered banquette strike a polished note in the casual dining space.
Kitchen: Cape Cod Estate on Buzzards Bay in Dartmouth, Mass.
The kitchen, breakfast room and family room occupy the east end of the 21,848-square-foot home. Full of fuss-free charm and ample prep space, the kitchen features hardwood floors, exposed beams and warm wood accents.
Living Room and View: Coastal Retreat in Gulf Stream, Fla.
Brass light fixtures add warmth to the ocean-inspired blue and white palette in the living room. The large fireplace keeps the space cozy when the temperature dips and double doors swing out to reveal the ocean view.
Contemporary Coastal Living Room Is Tranquil, Relaxing
Bright white and soft neutral tones fill this open living area for a calm, soothing atmosphere. Blue accents and ocean-inspired touches add a coastal feel, while clean lines ensure the look is fresh and current.
Relaxed Coastal Living Room Overlooks Martha's Vineyard
The large, open living room is full of windows that allow natural light to pour into the space, as well as provides gorgeous views of Martha's Vineyard. Contemporary chairs are paired with a comfortable neutral sectional and chic white coffee table with a striped ottoman underneath for extra seating.
Practicality is key in the living space. This room was designed with a focus on a comfortable hangout for family friends and children. Light colors keep the room bright while a mix of durable materials and beach-inspired patterns ensure the room is kid-friendly. The washable sofa slipcover helps make clean-up a breeze.
Coastal Living Room with Arched Windows and Blue Accents
A large green rug covers most of the hardwood flooring in this coastal-themed living room, which has a bay of arched windows, two wicker armchairs, sofa with blue pillows, and a fabric coffee table. Eight cut-out shelves on a long white wall add an interesting architectural detail that reflects the large window.
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.
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.
From the outside, this home communicates historically accurate New England coastal architecture, yet the sunroom appears to be enclosed by a fully glazed wall similar to those found in more modern architecture.