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  • Nap Time Nook
    Coastal Living

    This little nook is designed specifically for relaxing. A twin bed fits perfectly into the space, giving the illusion of a built-in window seat. Accent pillows and a throw blanket make the space extra cozy...

    5

  • Spa Luxury
    Coastal Living

    The theme of the master bath is luxury, pure and simple. A trio of surface-mounted sconces provide ideal lighting conditions, and polished chrome faucets coordinate with the fixtures. Enhancing the room’s...

    5

  • Table for Six
    Coastal Living

    The interior designer suggests using large-scale accents for instant impact. Here, she boldly chose an oversize hanging lantern to illuminate the intimate space. Its size and proportion create a simple yet...

    5

  • Utility Room
    Coastal Living

    The tiled mudroom accesses both the garage and the outdoors. Pegged shelves and a painted bench provide a convenient drop-off spot for boots and wet rain gear. [This is Oregon, after all.] Screened doors, a...

    3.5

  • Playful Bunkroom
    Coastal Living

    Bright orange stripes make each bunk feel like its own little nook. Small cutout cubbies serve as bedside tables, and upholstered doors close for more privacy. Outfit a bunk room with draperies for an extra...

    3

  • Fabric Focus
    Coastal Living

    An array of coordinating fabrics creates this dramatic look. Begin with one fabric that you love, and then bring in solids and other patterns in coordinating colors. In this master bedroom, the modern leaf...

    3

  • Guesthouse Chic
    Coastal Living

    A private cottage above the garage explodes with color and funky, modern styling—vivid painted wicker and wood, playful patterns, and tonal striped walls. The contemporary-cottage juxtaposition extends to...

    3

  • Room with a Breeze
    Coastal Living

    Durable composite decking in 3-inch tongue-and-groove planks gives this porch an old-fashioned feel. But this modern material won't rot, warp, or crack.

    3

  • Great Graphics
    Coastal Living

    In this guest bedroom, bold brown-and-white geometric prints unify the space.

    3.5

  • Warm Welcome
    Coastal Living

    An entryway should tell you about the entire house. This side entrance evidences the warm color palette and strong symmetry that recur in each room.

    2.5

  • At Your Service
    Coastal Living

    In the service hall, a black chair creates a strong silhouette against the display case, and echoes dark accents in the dining area.

    2

  • Shoe Station
    Coastal Living

    Stairways can be great makeshift mudrooms if outfitted with hooks for dirty towels in the summer and coats in the winter.

    1

  • Grand Entrance
    Coastal Living

    Accents set a relaxed, coastal tone. A small table with turned legs, a shapely lamp, and a striped wool rug offer color and style. Distinctive artwork showcases native flora.

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  • Breakfast Spot
    Coastal Living

    Painted wicker chairs, homemade art, and a built-in bench make this charming dining area perfect for a morning meal.

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  • Light Kitchen
    Coastal Living

    White cabinets, white subway tile, and a crisp white farm sink make this kitchen light and airy. Green accessories and bar stools add punches of color to the space, and an orange graphic rug has a...

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