The best coastal interiors we’ve seen are cottony white.Slipcoveryour dining room chairs and sofa in a light, airy fabric, or paint beadboard in a glossy white hue. To create a blank canvas for displaying art and other objects, paint your fireplace and surrounding walls in a light shade.
2. Choose a neutral palette
Think steel grays, crisp whites, pale greens, and sea blues. Add a muted splash of color to walls. Throw in dark blue or aqua stripeson walls or floors for an unexpected accent.
3. Let the sunshine in
4. Embrace natural textures and fibers
Pair distressed or reclaimed wood coffee and end tables with a slipcovered sofa, and contrast a smooth-finish dining table with textured open-weave, wicker, or rattan chairs. Brighten it up with oversize throw pillows in white, aqua, or nautical blue.
5. Skip the elaborate shell display
Be creative and pick up frames at flea markets or consignment stores and paint or lime-wash them to display your favorite prints. If you simply must throw in a seashell or two, place them in a sweet glass terrarium with a bit of seagrass for a modern, clean look.
Author:Dawn Borkowski Phone: 864-313-4608 Dated: July 22nd 2016 Views: 524 About Dawn: ...
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