California Casual

A Living Room Full Of California Cool

A Living Room Full Of California Cool

The furniture in this space takes its cues from mid-century design, with sleek frames and clean lines, while the stone fireplace and ceiling beams offer a bit of rustic flair. The result? A living room that is full of California cool.

A Modern Living Room With Rustic Coastal Vibes

A Modern Living Room With Rustic Coastal Vibes

This modern rustic living room features furniture with sleek, modern lines. But some of the materials add in a rustic, coastal vibe. Layering a sheepskin over a jute rug creates a cozy and casual base to the living space, while the rattan lounge chair nods to that coastal style. But the gray sofa keeps the look grounded in a modern vibe, which visually connects with the adjoining dining room.

Coastal Living Room Design

Coastal Living Room Design

A perfect coastal oasis. This coastal cozy living room is composed of woven texture balanced with cool neutrals. The grey sofa grounds the space while the airy feel of the accessories bring an added softness to the room.

A Modern Rustic Headboard

A Modern Rustic Headboard

We’re loving this stunning headboard, with its sky-high design, chevron pattern, and natural pine that shows off the knots and character of the wood. It’s grounds this modern rustic bedroom and helps create a space that’s relaxing and oh-so-cozy.

Tables In Twos

Tables In Twos

Want to create an unexpected living room arrangement? Skip the traditional coffee table and arrange two smaller tables side-by-side! It will add a look of thoughtful consideration to your space. The cement tops of these tables, specifically, lend an industrial feeling, which contrasts nicely with the natural materials in the rest of the room.

Say Yes to the Seashells

Say Yes to the Seashells

Less is more in this neutral, coastal-themed vignette. Yes, the seashell wall art is a nod to the beach, but when executed in a neutral palette they are merely hints of the sea-inspired aesthetic. Combine those with a rustic, dark brown console, a nubby beige basket with greenery and a woven rattan stool and you have a space that is a relaxing, subtle take on the style.

West Coast Modern Dining Room

West Coast Modern Dining Room

While the white brick fireplace and ceiling beams create a stunning backdrop for this space, we didn’t want to hold back on other fun design elements in this light and open space. Namely, the bright, colorful rug and the show-stopping indigo sideboard. These two pieces offer loads of personality and style. When mixed with other modern pieces in a neutral color palette, you have a dining room that exudes West Coast Modern style.

Serene Casual Bedroom

Serene Casual Bedroom

A neutral color scheme with a lot of natural texture. Here a mix of cream and taupe shades combine to create a casual looking bedroom. Together the upholstered headboard and subtle pops of blue seen in the throw pillows and area rugs make this room pop!

Tasteful Casual Reading Nook

Tasteful Casual Reading Nook

Sunbaked afternoons would be complete with a glass of wine while sitting in this chair. The casual feel of the linen fabric and oversized style of this chair leads to a comfortably casual reading nook. Accessories around the living room compliment this California casual style, complete with woven wall art and neutral throw pillows. 

Light Airy Sofa Styling

Light Airy Sofa Styling

The white slipcover sofa creates an airy feel to the room, complemented by the natural textures of the space. Together the beachy style accents create a cohesive looking space with subtle patterns and texture. Finished off with potted palm tree and jute rug to bring the natural elements in. 

Mid-Century Boho Living Room

Mid-Century Boho Living Room

Want to get the mid-century Boho look in your living room? Start with a transitional sofa, add side chairs that combine a mid-century shape with natural woven textures. Then layer in the Boho vibe with fun patterns in pillows, drapes, or even a poppy ottoman that doubles as a coffee table. 

Coastal Not Nautical

Coastal Not Nautical

Modern coastal style is simple and inviting and this dining room proves you don’t need nautical accents to pull it off! Just start with clean white, traditional furniture. Add lots of woven textural elements like these baskets and sheer window treatments. Pop in some greenery and maybe a bold wall color and you will create a well-styled but comfortable room with coastal appeal.

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