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 Sitting Area in Decorator Showcase Garden Room
Designed by Heather Hilliard and Fleur Keyes, this coastal sitting area in the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase Garden Room features a teal sofa and woven armchair placed around a light-colored coffee table of metal and wood. Tall curtains with a neutral striped pattern help to frame the space.
This sunroom uses blue hues to echo the colors of the Hamptons Bay. Durable outdoor fabrics, striped pillows and glass lanterns accentuate the coastal aesthetic and create a comfortable spot for entertaining visitors. The bunching coffee table was a perfect addition to the room, too, as it can easily be separated into four small tables or assembled as a large coffee table.
The house's attic gets fresh new life as a colorful sitting area with a small dining table and cozy spots to curl up with a book. Cheery patterns brighten up the armchairs and window. The wood floor gets a shipshape coat of nautical blue.
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.
Palest blue walls act as a neutral in the foyer, while adding a hint of color and depth to the space. At the foot of the stairs, a built-in bench is a handy landing pad for putting on shoes or dropping off bags.
The white paneling throughout this home's main floor interior is a subtle nautical nod to its lakefront location. The coastal theme is continued via the artwork and custom vents designed to look like fish scales.
What used to be an old, unattractive outdoor utility room is now a new surf bar and party room that sits next to the porch of this home. Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri transformed the space on HGTV's Cousins on Call.
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.
A ruffled-edge mirror reminiscent of sea coral and clamshells gives this foyer a modern beachy look. The dark-stained wood entry table adds rough but refined texture with a vignette that sets the tone for the rest of the house.