Coastal designs always impress with their light, lofty, and inviting motifs. This guest bedroom design from Palmer Weiss showcases a beautiful entanglement of rattan, custom patterns, and fine furniture. One look at this beautiful twin bedroom design and you can smell the ocean.
Not only do the rattan headboards and cane stool capture a coastal feel but the use of the ocean-blue rug and sand-dune colored accessories really make it feel like you’re standing on the beach. This design from Palmer Weiss showcases a beautiful overall design that’s truly inspired.
This angled view shows how the use of light colors helps this smaller guest-room feel much roomier than it actually is. The ample sunlight, white-on-white bedding, and the beautiful crown molding make this room cohesive and inviting. Note the nearly-hidden reading lamps tucked away in the corners. Another example of this design’s maximizing of available space.
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This darker-brown walnut accent table borders on the traditional side and makes this room carry a tone of sophistication. The pairing of coastal elements and muted coastal tones tell a story of lifestyle and local culture without seeming like clutter.
The beautiful patterning on the custom window blind showcases a playful goldfinch dancing among palmy branches that not only supports the coastal lifestyle but also the overall color choices.
The ocean-blue area rug has a nice washed-out look that keeps things friendly and casual. This rug drives home the ocean theme and really communicates a sense of casual lifestyle and ocean living.