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Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
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Questions8
blue curtains for cream walls ... coastal
associate with California coastal homes or summer homes in the Hamptons," she says. "I'm happy that this cozy coastal style has found its way here to Melbourne
associate with California coastal homes or summer homes in the Hamptons,” says Bergeron. “I’m happy that this cosy coastal style has found its way here to
associate with Californian coastal homes or summer homes in the Hamptons,’ Bergeron says. ‘I’m happy this cosy coastal style has found its way here to Melbourne
Mies van der Rohe “Less is more” is worth recalling when implementing your style. You don’t want to overdo it or you can run the risk of over-theming your
“Picture” — nathie267
Highgate House
4 Reviews
Beach House
Ideabooks1,848
Questions5
Coastal style , casual dining area. Family friendly yet so stylish
Dining room style - timber table, Scandinavian chairs, beach & Asian style all mixed together.
Keep it simpleCoastal style should be livable and casual, and not try too hard to look cool. It’s
splash of red, blue, orange or yellow, but be sure not to overdo it. Coastal style is about understated charm, and too much on the walls takes away from
borrow from Asian style, while the glass jars and the overall feel is all about beach style.Why does it work? To put it simply, no one style is the “standout”
accents. It’s casual, easy-living beach style – just what we all love when we are on holiday.’
Use multiple styles to tie your look togetherSometimes you
“Light and artwork” — Miralis
A Beach Cottage
A Beach Cottage
Ideabooks7,668
Questions3
6. Re-create that vacation mood. Transport yourself back to carefree afternoons at the coast with a dose of coastal chic. Su
Keep it relaxedCoastal style is all about easy summer living, so choose natural materials with a little
and unexpected beach vibe. Some of my favorite things to use in a vintage coastal home are hurricane lamps — there are lots of different ones available,
old case with pillows and coastal look
“Table and storage” — concretegirl
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Romantic rococo style became popular around the time of Louis XV, and with it came gentle curves
refreshing about stripes in summer. They call to mind deckchairs or American coastal style. Stripes also add a little easy-going pattern to your scheme without
the walls is the perfect foil for lighter blue and white striped bedding.Styling tip: Do mix your stripes! As long as they share the same color palette,
Romantic rococo style became popular around the time of Louis XV, and with it came gentle curves
Louis xv or rococo style chair
“Chair placement” — karmaly
Jules Duffy Designs
Classic Cottage
Ideabooks1,786
Questions4
with a woven braided sisal rug bordered in leather. Another nod to coastal style is the raffia-wrapped bench in front of the hearth. For paint colors
with a woven braided sisal rug bordered in leather. Another nod to coastal style is the raffia-wrapped bench in front of the hearth. For paint colours
classic cottage beach style...Couch style and color...cabinet style
“living room green pond” — lmcvey104
Cornerstone Architects
25 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Residence Living
Ideabooks5,419
Questions14
contemporary home was uniquely designed to evoke a coastal design feeling while maintaining a Hill Country style native to its environment. The final design resulted
galvanized brackets, frameless glass and linear railings achieves the precise coastal contemporary look the clients desired. The open floor plan visually connects
Contemporary Coastal Style Home in Austin, TX
Ultra modern not my style but i like the white and the big windows
The home has an abundance of two of the most important elements of coastal design style: natural light and plenty of white, which spread and boost sunlight
The home has an abundance of two of the most important elements of coastal-style design: natural light and plenty of white, which spreads and boosts sunlight
“Tile rug” — ellenurbach
Southern Hospitality
Beach Bathroom shabby cabinet- southernhospitality
Ideabooks3,557
Questions1
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
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
overkill. Something different: Bring in a few objects that have a foot in coastal design but venture into broader territory. French glass wine jugs or Japanese
Style Secret: Beachy TreasuresWhat did you bring home from your last trip to the
shells, frame them solo or in pairs and hang them in a grid.More 'So Your Style Is': Traditional | Contemporary | Transitional | Cottage | Eclectic | Industrial
“Soothing.” — lynnatheana
Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
Ideabooks8,987
Questions3
thinking my style is more coastal than cottage.
Frankly, I like the description of what makes coastal style best.
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
reason white is the hallmark color of coastal interiors: It spreads and amplifies light rather than soaking it up. Coastal interiors blur the line between
Style Secret: Abundant LightLight may be the single most important, yet most overlooked, element of coastal style. Think about it: When
reason white is the hallmark color of coastal interiors: It spreads and amplifies light rather than soaking it up. Coastal interiors blur the line between indoors
“balcony” — farmsdale
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