Coastal Neutral Living Room With Concrete Fireplace
In this open concept living room, designers planned a concrete fireplace for a hint of industrial edge. The rest of the furnishings are simple and coastal chic: shiplap paneling, warm woods and natural fibers.
This coastal kitchen and dining area features a long wooden dining table under an iron light fixture. White-painted wood chairs with patterned blue cushions surround the table. Blue bar chairs with nailhead finish provide extra seating facing the adjoining kitchen, while a blue subway tile backsplash in the kitchen provides a bright splash of color against the white cabinets. A wood inlay floor ties both spaces together.
White walls, wood floors and exposed beams are the neutral framework for this living room's simple, organic look. Built-in shelving beside the tv shows off pottery and beach treasures. Doors allow easy outdoor access on both sides of the room.
Living Room Flows Into Casual, Contemporary Dining Area
This home has a great sense of flow, as the living room easily transitions into the dining area. Here, a tulip table, cushioned banquette and several bright red chairs encourage the owners and their guests to take a seat and enjoy a quick bite.
Contemporary Coastal Living Room With Stone Fireplace Surround
A minimalist table with nautical-inspired decor sets a coastal tone leading into this contemporary living room. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows showcase ocean views while a stone fireplace brings warmth into the space.
A multi-colored floor runner leads visitors into the heart of the home, stopping just before a green console table. With the brilliant blue ocean framed in the window above, the architects effectively created a vignette that the owners could enjoy even when its too cold to swim.
Various textures and coastal tones add beauty and interest to this open family room featuring indoor/outdoor living. Shades of tan, brown, blue and white give the space a calm feel, providing a great place to relax and unwind.