If you are going to dream, you might as well dream big.
Beach house decor, Blue to go with the Blue sea
Jewel-toned pillows wrapped in vintage Indian silks and linens and a shipping-pallet sectional give the room an extra jolt of groovy, throwback vibes. 🙂
The sea’s preeminent hue shines on its own, but when it’s paired with its super soul mate (white!), blue really soars. Designer Meg Braff spotlighted the dynamic duo by painting the patterned double doors in this Sea Island, Georgia, home an intense, saturated shade of blue. “The contrast with the entry’s bright white walls is beautiful, almost Mediterranean in style,” notes Braff.
dynamite design transformed a Rosemary Beach condo’s weak spot into a kid-friendly win. Coastal Living Style Director outfitted the teeny, seven-feet-by-six-feet space with custom millwork fit to the room’s dimensions, then painted and lacquered the bunks in a zippy aqua to give the room a fun, hideaway feel.
Wall paneling painted a muted gray-blue grounds this Sea Island, Georgia, mudroom in a laid-back, kick-off-your-shoes feel. The soft hue also offers a subtle backdrop for the room’s eye-catching organic pieces, like the vintage shell-encrusted mirror and the driftwood-inspired console.
Designed by famed Palm Beach architect John Volk in the 1940s, this Mediterranean Revival-style home defines Old Florida style, but designers Celerie Kemble and Lindsey Herod made sure to infuse the house, outdoors and in, with fresh, tropical color. blue shutters, for instance, wake up the whitewashed façade of the historic home with a splash of ocean-happy color.
Yellow house, blue shutters, Homewood