Modern Coastal Foyer Sitting Area With White Bench
Treated and stained driftwood stands on display as a sculptural piece of art that adds an organic textural element to this coastal modern foyer. A refurbished antique bench gets a bohemian update with indigo tie dye pillows. The photo of rippled sand calls to mind again the coastal inspiration for this space.
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.
Using a collection of found vases, a vintage album cover and antique leather-bound books, this hallway is the perfect transition for this eclectic lakeside vacation home. Design by HGTV Star winner Tiffany Brooks
Coastal Entry Pairs Wood Details, Blue Accent Wall
Pale blue walls and warm wood floors make this entryway feel particularly calm and coastal. A blue end table topped with a shell complements the seaside aesthetic, as well as provides storage for keys and mail.
Weathered wood floors, light-hued walls and artwork in shades of blue and green combine to give this cottage a coastal aesthetic. Large windows allow in plenty of natural light for a bright, breezy atmosphere.
A cobalt blue door sets a cheerful tone for this single family home in Edgartown, Mass., inviting visitors to step right inside the foyer. Here, a geometric chandelier brightens the space and calls attention to the skylights and soaring ceilings.
Nautical Daybed Turns Second-Floor Landing Into Comfy Spot
What might be considered dead space on a second-floor landing is turned into a cozy nook for reading or napping thanks to a nautical-print daybed piled with pillows. Drawers in the base of the bed offer extra storage.
Black-and-white wallpaper was a smart choice for the entryway as it adds subtle visual interest to the space without being too distracting. Meanwhile, a bright red sconce offers a pop of color that will appear throughout the interior.
The open entryway of this Cape Cod-style waterfront home features whitewashed, paneled walls, a curving banister and a rattan console table that speaks to the home's casual, coastal mood. Pale hardwood floors and a neutral carpet runner on the stairway combine with the white walls and trim to create a clean, crisp, neutral backdrop that's both restful and stylish.