Coastal design is a hallmark of American style thanks to its timeless use of neutral colors and woven textures. But If you want a coastal space to feels a little more playful, remember the same subtle trademarks that make coastal style classic also make it versatile. Here our designer added a bit of flair by using some playful silhouettes in a casual layout.
From the simple and chic dining chairs to the unique modern pendant light, this dining room is big on style. The contrasting black and white color scheme is a trendy look for minimalist design. With its clean, minimalistic characteristics, this space feels open and airy.
Sometimes the key to creating a chic space is paring it down to the bare essentials. Here, the designer has gone one step further, removed a shelf for holding books, and instead uses their reading material as a plant stand directly on the floor. This bold move adds a touch of edginess to the space that is tres chic.
Comfort comes first in this California Modern living room, with the foundational elements of this space being comfortable and cozy. The high-contrast color palette and mix of materials helps bring to life the mix of modern and rustic elements in this space. But there’s a beautiful balance between the two styles, so neither style dominates the look. Eclectic elements give this space an approachable, personalized vibe.
The large artwork is the focal point in this room. Blending black with pastel pink and muted greys in an abstract composition plays with shapes and lines. The transitional style extension dining table provides lots of room for a larger group to have a fine dining experience. Accessories showcasing glass and metal accents add texture and elegance to the design.
Sometimes you find a wall color that is so perfect for a space that you want it to be the space's central focus. Here the designer stuck to a subdued neutral palette that wouldn't draw too much attention from the lovely sage green walls.
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