FAMILY ROOMBeach Style Family Room, Newark

Pocket doors allow the multifunctional family room to become a private main floor fifth bedroom for weekend guests. Ottomans are used in lieu of a coffee table, offering extra seating as well as surface space and allowing better traffic flow.
The proportionally-sized custom wall unit with strategically placed angles and touch-latch doors (eliminating protrusions) leaves just enough functional floor space for the queen-size mattress to open comfortably.
Photography Peter Rymwid

Small coastal enclosed dark wood floor family room photo in Newark with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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coastalcottagehome wrote:Sep 14, 2012
  • Catherine Bedell
    What is the name and style number of the fabric? Thanks!
  • jackied61
    In love with the sectional fabric and the relaxing vibe.
mnkkindia wrote:Dec 13, 2015
miawebb wrote:Jan 8, 2013
  • miawebb
    Thanks, I agree with you, Is quite popular in old Latin homes as dividers in between rooms.
  • mpstepp
    I love the sectional, it's not bulky at all and fits perfectly in such a small cozy place. Would you mind to share more info about that sectional? Thank you in advance!
lsc62 wrote:Dec 27, 2013
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    Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
    We used recessed lighting. The room is less cluttered and much more efficient.
  • ahprado

    What are the dimensions of the couch and where did you purchase?


makpic wrote:Jun 27, 2013
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    Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
    Thank you so much, they were fine. At the time of the renovation the building codes in the town required hurricane proof windows.
  • maryyuhas

    where is the couch from? I am re-building a hurricane sandy home and the living room space is small and this couch is perfect. thanks


mjfrinell wrote:Apr 18, 2013
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    Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
    I think it will be difficult to find a corner under 6'. Your space calls for a love seat. Good luck.
  • erinlo77
    Can you tell me where I can buy the sofa and ottomans?
Ruby Blue wrote:Jan 20, 2013
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    Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
    The wall paint and trim are both Benjamin Moore Decorator White or 01. The walls are matte and the trim is semi gloss.
  • Jamie Coop
    what color are the ceilings?
leigh7861 wrote:Sep 12, 2012
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    Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
    The ottomans come from Kravet Furniture.
  • jst_13

    What are the dimensions of this room?

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    Laura Gaskill added this to 13 Ways to Be Happier in Your Home This YearDec 24, 2012

    4. Define the function of each room. If clutter is something you would like to tackle in the new year, this can be a useful way to approach the problem. Going room by room, think about what you really use each part of your home for — watching movies and reading in the den, for example. Make sure that everything you need to do these things is at hand, and get rid of anything and everything unrelated.More guides to decluttering

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    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: A Jersey Shore Beach House Breaks FreeSep 3, 2012

    AFTER: The living room's light color palette continues into the adjacent family room. "Using the same colors and fabrics throughout the first floor keeps it open and provides continuity," explains Rich. "Each room has its own personality but is also part of a whole." Rich used durable Sunbrella fabrics throughout the house to stand up to wet bathing suits, sunlight and sandy feet. "The true test of a design is to see if it holds up for years after you're done," says Rich.

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