What do you get when you mix a white sectional sofa, charcoal geometric rug, a marble and brass end table, a palm tree and open white built-in shelving filled with simple clean decor? You get a whole lot of coastal awesomeness is what you get! We had fun mixing textures and soft Millennial Pink with our beachy neutrals in this room. Photography by Christopher Lee Foto.
From a Danish modern horse sculpture wearing a sweater(!) to DIY B&W art, the contrast is amped up in this corner. To turn down the volume a bit, add blush pink, wood tones and textural neutrals.
In the formal living room, taupe and brown take center stage around an off-white English roll-arm sofa. Adding a tall tree in a basket, an industrial-style coffee table and warm-toned books bring home the trad -- with a touch of beachy relaxation thrown in.
We're huge fans of the new Target furniture and decor line, Project 62. Their take on the Millennial Pink phenomenon hits the nail on the head. These dining chairs are a knock off of a West Elm favorite -- but with the added bonus of blush pink. Just add a bowl of apples.
Pantry-envy set in almost immediately as soon as we finished styling this well-appointed space. Ducks all in a row here. Not to mention olive oil. Baskets. Tins. Wine bottles. Jars and canisters of dried pasta and rice. Yes, please.
Another dining space -- next to the formal living room -- picks up on brown tones with these lush Dessin Fournier velvet chairs. Keeping it simple with a highly grained wood table and striking decor. Boom. Fresh. Peeking out from the left is the (also well-appointed) butler's pantry.
More DIY B&W oversized art turns up in the dining area. IKEA's (now iconic) eucalyptus leaf decor is one of our personal faves. I think we own an entire forest of the stuff and we love it for its natural look.
The bedrooms were treated to a coastal blue palette because, well, beach! We love to layer textiles on beds (note the throw draped over the headboard too) for a soft and cozy feel. A fluffy Moroccan print shag rug underfoot invites bare feet to land upon awakening. Living Spaces makes the cute nightstand and Target is the source of that awesome lamp.
More blue bedroom bliss. The Moroccan shag plays well with a modern upholstered bed from Living Spaces. This time, the nightstand came from Target's Threshold line and the lamp was a Home Goods find.
The Room + Board credenza was a serendipitous purchase from a client anxious to downsize and the caramel leather chair came from our fave Pottery Barn/West Elm outlet store. A large framed Parisian B&W photo, a textural basket, a round mercury glass lamp and two split leaf philodendron leaves in a tall vase complete the vignette.