1512 Dolphin TerraceBeach Style Bedroom, Los Angeles
Built, designed & furnished by Spinnaker Development, Newport Beach
Interior Design by Details a Design Firm
Photography by Bowman Group Photography
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Panels of beadboard often cost less than 50 cents per square foot, making this a very affordable option, especially for handy DIYers.For a contemporary twist, try finishing the ceiling in a gloss paint, as shown here. This slow-drying finish will take more labor to complete, but the results have incredible depth and elegance.
5. Create a blissful bedroom using similar color tones. In an era of the 24-hour news cycle and endless other distractions, it’s more important than ever to make your bedroom a haven. I encourage my clients to remove the television from their bedroom and to keep the decor simple. You can accomplish the latter with a soft, tone-on-tone color scheme using off-white and varying shades of light brown. For a twist, use a high-gloss finish on the ceiling instead of the floor.The wall color in this room is Boutique Beige by Dunn Edwards; the ceiling color is a custom mixed lacquer.
At the beach, it's easy to get caught up in loud colors and fish-themed décor, but it's so unnecessary. We prefer a soothing, spalike feel with neutrals and a hint of blue. Add bamboo shades and a few pieces of well-placed coral and shells, and you have a room that feels like a real beach getaway.