Photo By: Robert Paul Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Open Concept Sitting Room + Dining Room + Kitchen
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.
The bright-white, shaker style cabinets in the kitchen are adorned with simple silver knobs and pulls. A breezy, beachy glass backsplash adds serene color and visual interest to the otherwise neutral space.
With its bright green-and-blue pattern, the backsplash brings the fun to this open plan kitchen. On the ceiling, reclaimed wood is an ideal foil to the cheerful colors. Kitchen backsplash: Ann Sacks Savoy Hive Mosaic; industrial pendants: IKEA
Bold Blue Kitchen Cabinets Feature Shiplap-Style Paneling
The horizontal detail of the cabinetry fronts are echoed in the paneling of the vaulted ceiling, creating a visually balanced look in this contemporary coastal kitchen. The shiplap-style paneling helps mask the drawer seams. Designer Kristina Crestin opted against upper shelving in the sink area to balance the bold look of the cabinets and maintain a light, airy look in the space.
Cabinets, Tiles and Floating Shelves Create California Coastal Vibe in Kitchen
Horizontal lines carried through the cabinetry, tile work and floating shelves unify the design elements of this California coastal-style kitchen. Benjamin Moore's "Blue Suede Shoes" provides the bold color to the cabinets and island base and is balanced by the sleek white tiles on the backsplash behind the stove and around the windows and the white paneled, vaulted ceiling.
Bright Blue Kitchen Island With Rustic Wood Barstools
Rustic barstools cozy up to the blue kitchen island painted with Benjamin Moore's "Blue Suede Shoes." Large glass pendant lights help visually balance the boldness of the island base with their size. The thick countertops were a splurge element for the homeowners but were balanced by more affordable pieces throughout the home.
Open Floor Plan Dining Living Kitchen with Modern Coastal Aesthetic
This open plan design allows for maximum square footage for people and entertaining. Spaces were planned to take advantage of the windows and water views. The spaces share an open ceiling space clad with shiplap, adding to the coastal vibe. Tech Lighting was added across the space with many heads so that at night, light can be tossed up to the ceiling to keep the room from feeling cavernous.
Bright Blue Kitchen Island Adds Fun Twist to Coastal Vibe
Benjamin Moore's 'Blue Suede Shoes' paint adds a fun twist to the cool contemporary coastal vibe to the kitchen in this New Hampshire beach home. Shiplap-style paneling helps conceal some of drawer seams in the cabinetry, and open shelving continues those lines while balancing the weight of the blue to keep the space feeling open and airy. Thick countertops were a splurge for the homeowners but were balanced by lower-cost touches like the decorative lighting.
Surrounded by windows, this shining white kitchen is practically glowing. Glass front cabinets and open shelves keep the space airy and not weighed down. Wood floors, gray countertops and barstools and an exposed beam and range hood accent all provide relief from the brilliant white. A small glass table with white chairs provides seating, along with an L-shaped island. Taken all together, the design is gorgeous and works together beautifully.
The gleaming white kitchen has a L-shaped island seating as well as a round glass dining table with seating for four. The large windows allow for amazing ocean views from the kitchen and dining spaces.
White, bright and natural light and the words that come to mind when looking at this kitchen and living space. Pops of blue and yellow shine against the white walls and ceilings. The exposed wood beam adds architectural interest.
This coastal kitchen is drenched in white, featuring white glass-front cabinets and gold hardware. A pet feeding area is available for Fido and a niche provides a desk space to write down recipes, pay bills, or do a bit of homework.
This bright, airy kitchen features a large island with a sink and plenty of prep space. The island also features a waterfall edge counter in an L-shape, perfect for family to gather around the island to share a meal. A gorgeous chandelier hangs over the island. A wood ceiling beam is left natural to draw the eye and compliments the wood accent on the range hood.
A super long island is the key to fitting a quantity of people into this kitchen. Loads of space is available for eight durable Tolix stools in a navy blue accent. A pantry tucked just round the corner keeps this kitchen clean and neat.
The kitchen has a clean, coastal feel in a transitional way. Designers added color in kitchen seating areas, notably by including simple navy blue Tolix stools. Subtle periwinkles, blues and seaglass tones dominate the kitchen area, even repeating the seaglass color on the island lighting, bringing in a pop of color in the island area.
White Coastal Kitchen Remodel is Bright and Welcoming
Designer Becki Owens transformed this formerly dark Tuscan kitchen into an inviting, coastal heart of the home. Calcutta marble is used for the countertops and backsplash, and the once brown cabinets are painted bright white, bringing a fresh new look to the space. Soft color is brought into the room with a custom-made linen Roman shade.