A neutral coastal home office is the perfect getaway! This one's for the telecommuters, with a spacious worktable for you and your SO to share. Add a coastal flair with a rattan pendant, some sea-inspired art, and a jute rug.
Inspired by antique-washed traditional rugs with a neutral color palette, the area rug also infuses a pop of earthy undertones enhancing the rustic feel. Beach themed artwork creates a calming environment and adds extra charm. A variety of flexible storage fills the space increasing the functionality.
Classic and blue; this coastal living room breaths serenity. The symmetrical layout pulls you in, while the soft slipcovered sofas exude comfort. The subtle touches of coastal decor make this room feel like a beach haven without being overly themed.
A console table with coastal style elements, this entryway feels that of a beachy getaway. The seashell lamp brings a bit of the beach to your home while the vases with blue wavy details are reminiscent of the ocean’s wavy ripples. The abundant light filtering through all the windows mimics the sunshine shining down on the beach.
All the parts of a great beach day-- seashell collecting, swaying palm trees, wood for a bonfire, and even whale watching. This entry perfectly encapsulates memoirs of a day on the coast. The fun patterned mirror complements the light wood console table perfect for this coastal entry.
The combination of realistic and stylized coral motifs in this coastal office gives it a quirky charm we can't get enough of. These simple illustrations are sprinkled in with a blue color scheme to add a touch of coastal coolness.
For a serene living room layout where no TV is present, a robust cabinet adds much purpose. We love how this open and closed "Wall Suite" by Pottery Barn adds a place to display decor, personal mementos, books and even hidden storage for items you don't want on display. The tasteful and coastal styling of the wall suite ties the room together and is easily swappable when you want a change!
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