The core of any coastal style living room is the coffee table. For this style, you need an oversized coffee table that can fit everyone around it. Lightwood and curved details bring in the driftwood feeling that we always think of when it comes to coastal design. The final touch is having one or two trays to hold all your decor pieces that can be moved when you are ready to break out the board game.
White furniture can feel very high-end and unapproachable. But when you mix it with natural textures and materials, it takes on a more casual vibe. We love this teak and rattan chair, with white cushions, from Noir. And mixing other natural textures throughout the space — from the pendant light to the room divider and the pouf — make this living room quite approachable.
A monochromatic color scheme doesn't have to be boring. It's actually a great way to style a room when you want to be able to switch things up as the seasons change, because you can always add pops of color through art and accessories. Remember to vary the shades of the color and add textures to keep things interesting. This is a look you'll definitely "fall" for!
Mismatched wood finishes and touches of texture and color create the perfect backdrop for this casual seating arrangement. Teak, walnut, and woven textures combine to create a rustic mid-century modern aesthetic. Try adding classicly mid-century modern pieces in with more rustic textures for an eclectic look!
Warm and inviting, this office features a traditional rug that feels cherished and lived-in. Dusty blush accents bring in pastel shades that help create personality. Tailor-made, the large desk embodies contemporary and global flair with rustic wood grains without sacrificing functionality.
The mid-century pieces in this office add a fresh simplicity! The wood tones from the teak armchair also add a nice bit of eclectic and rustic warmth to the design. To complement the fun, mid-century shapes, add in some great abstract wall art!
In this design, we brought in various elements such as glasses, ceramics, and cotton to give interests and depth to the space. They all have organic shapes which is one of the important parts of Mid-century style, so even though each item has a different pattern or material, they look cohesive together!
Pick a corner of your room to create a perfect tucked-away reading nook. This bedroom features a teak rocking chair that is not only great for reading, but it’s also perfect for just relaxing. The soft, plush shag rug and throw pillow add softness to make this space extra cozy.
This transitional living room is full of contemporary and classic elements. The glass-doored bookcase has an antique vibe, but with modern lines it fits right into this space. And this unique coffee table is a conversation waiting to happen.
A black and white palette can be a challenge with a coastal theme, but when executed well, the results can be amazing. A balance of modern shapes and natural materials bring a sense of sophistication. Natural wood tones and sea theme wall art is the icing on the cake.
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