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Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Amanda
Ideabooks5,425
Questions12
coastal style from decorating style quiz
This was the result of my style quiz. "Coastal," as if I didn't know. :-)
Your style is …Coastal: If you don’t already, you prefer to live at the beach. You like things light and breezy and use things you found washed up from the tide as decor. You like lots of light and sunshine, and wonder what season there is besides sunny and warm. You’re laid back, and you never worry
Use some styling tricks.With the major cleaning done and the clutter gone, it’s time to give your room polish.Pull seating a bit closer together.Revive potted plants by trimming off dead leaves and pulling them out from dark corners where they may not be getting enough light.Refresh your mantel by removing
“love the beachy feel!” — jenru75
Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
Ideabooks7,978
Questions3
Style Secret: Abundant Light Light may be the single most important, yet most overlooked, element of coastal style. Think about it: When is” “color of coastal interiors: It spreads and amplifies light rather than soaking it up. Coastal interiors blur the line between indoors and out or remove
Style Secret: Abundant Light Light may be the single most important, yet most overlooked, element of coastal style. Think about it: When is the last time you entered a beach house that felt dim and cramped (and if you did, how fast did you want to scoot out of there?). That's
helps too! Coastal style is at its best when it sets a mood rather than hitting people over the head with its beachiness (oars! fish! life preservers!). Although seaside motifs feel apt and appropriate, you don't need to scoop up every piece you spot with a sand dollar on it; a coastal space simply evokes
“Interior” — geekychic97
Southern Hospitality
Beach Bathroom shabby cabinet- southernhospitality
Ideabooks3,231
Questions1
Style Secret: Beachy Treasures What did you bring home from your last trip to the shore? Odds are, you filled your tote bag with shells, sea glass, bottles, maybe an old ship's cleat or two. Take inspiration from these finds in choosing small accents
foot in coastal design but venture into broader territory. French glass wine jugs or Japanese fishing-net floats, for instance, hew to the look yet aren't cornerstones of American coastal style. Or experiment with new ways to display old favorites — instead of filling a lamp base with shells, frame them
foot in coastal design but venture into broader territory. French glass wine jugs or Japanese fishing-net floats, for instance, hew to the look yet aren't cornerstones of American coastal style. Or experiment with new ways to display old favorites — instead of filling a lamp base with shells, frame them
“Beach decor” — Monica Moore-Whitehead
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Hedge Hill
Ideabooks8,373
Questions11
Style Secret: Light, Weathered Woods While exotic hardwoods may jibe with tropical interiors, American coastal style dictates a lighter touch. Picture driftwood: worn smooth and bleached out, with a salt-kissed patina. That's the look you're after. Whitewashed or pickled woods, blond maple and
Coastal Style Secret: Light, Weathered Woods
Love the shades, built-ins & coastal feel
HousesSo Your Style Is: CoastalSourcebook: Coastal Style
Style Secret: Light, Weathered WoodsWhile exotic hardwoods may jibe with tropical interiors, American coastal style dictates a lighter touch. Picture driftwood: worn smooth and bleached out, with a salt-kissed patina. That's the look you're after. Whitewashed or pickled woods, blond maple and ash
“Peaceful Relaxed Bright” — albouknight
Random House
Coastal Modern by Tim Clarke
Ideabooks1,424
Questions4
from Coastal Modern by Tim Clarke. Copyright © 2012. Photos © 2012 by Noah Webb
One of the most elegant coastal style bedrooms I've seen in a long time. Since many of my clients live on or near the water I am often asked to create a coastal style yet keep it fresh and classic.
mix of styles, overall simple, uncluttered but warm and cozy look
This style incorporates classic, heirloomworthy pieces into their own kind of coastal style. The key is to use items that are timeless; nicks, age and patina only increase appeal. While these furnishings are more formal, casual arrangement and layering lends the style a relaxed beachy look. This restful
serenity of coastal style to any room, anywhere. Natural fiber textures and a calming color palette drawn from sand and sky make this room a relaxing retreat. A weathered chandelier and an antiqued mirror add a sense of age and elegance.
“chandelier in guest room” — maxis21
Rough Linen
4 Reviews
Tricia Rose
Ideabooks1,908
Questions1
I like the idea it pushes me to, the textures and colors and so calming and random. The make shift style is too casual for me but the feel is wonderful.
Vintage coastal style is all about taking found items and turning them into something else. What a great idea for a headboard! Look for pieces of old pallets washed up on the shore or a single piece of driftwood you could use for a shelf. When you're fed up with it, turn it into something else.
Vintage coastal style is all about taking found items and turning them into something else. What a great idea for a headboard! Look for pieces of old pallets washed up on the shore or a single piece of driftwood you could use for a shelf. When you're fed up with it, turn it into something else.
“- the shells” — sundrop765
Corine Maggio Natural Designs
8 Reviews
Moonlight Beach - California
Ideabooks3,942
Questions11
contemporary coastal? Please share your best decorating trick in the Comments.More:Sourcebook: Contemporary Coastal StyleDip a Toe Into Modern Nautical Style
fireplace. Coastal feel
Painting for coastal
coastal interiors...coastal living
“the art” — matthewspatty
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Tiburon home remodel
Ideabooks12,146
Questions16
going with a coastal look means we can use the rattan chairs at the penisula in the kitchen and the front porch furniture
creating a coastal-style home, there are a few key pieces you'll want to consider. Natural textures are an important element that you can add through furniture made of rattan, sea grass or wicker. Driftwood pieces can be a little cliché, but natural unstained woods or chippy painted wood can create the same”
creating a coastal-style home, there are a few key pieces you'll want to consider. Natural textures are an important element that you can add through furniture made of rattan, sea grass or wicker. Driftwood pieces can be a little cliché, but natural unstained woods or chippy painted wood can create the same
“love the wicker chairs” — KAREN Ruggiero
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