Beach

Overscaled chaise lounges have jewel toned cushions, while the vivid blue Iznik tiles match the adjacent pool.
This beachside home was designed to promote relaxation, reflection, and rest at every turn. The modular outdoor furniture can be moved into a variety of configurations to meet the needs of a constantly evolving social landscape.
Pops of color enliven the living room in this all white contemporary beach house on the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, California.
The layers of light are the key in this Laguna Beach living room. The exquisite antique carpet over the limestone floor serves as the foundation for this room.
A white bedroom with wicker furniture opens onto a balcony overlooking the sea.
A loggia off the family room, and several garden level terraces- all lushly landscaped- accompany this Malibu residence, built on a hillside with dramatic views overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
What could be more alluring for the seaside than a blue and white living room. Large windows allow brilliant light to flood the room.
The blue of water and sky is viewed through casement French doors; while the large wooden beams give a nod to the rustic.
Bleached wood and a neutral color palette add to the calm look required for a true seaside experience.
The circular folly is immersed in beachside nature, so that the sun's rays are reflected in the blue glass pendant hung above the table.
Rustic beams and arched doors leading to the terrace in a seaside home. White linen covered furniture is always in style at the shore.
The charming painting of a river scape is reflected in the blue and white color scheme of the room which is classic beach house decor.
The airy white room and gauze cotton curtains are set against a dramatic  sea view.
The weathered pale green painted closet doors, reminiscent of old wooden sea chests, in this bedroom with rustic beams.
The whitewashed walls play off wooden doors to the terrace.
The idyllic outdoor shower: With an arbor overhead for a sky view, and constructed of teak, for longevity,  this was designed to take advantage of its private setting, surrounded by nature.
The strong horizontal accents of this poolside deck are broken up by the vertical beach umbrellas, and the cream and brown color scheme works with the deep blue of the pool.
The traditional Greek rustic stone wall and table contrasts with the rectilinear conservatory windows overlooking  the Aegean Sea.
The dark wicker chairs and dark floors against the white walls of a beach house, is always classic.
The blue and white living room, with casual slip-covered sofas leads, into an open plan marble kitchen.
A palette for a beach house was restricted to black stained oak floors, white planked walls & battened ceilings and a generous dose of white linen in the form of slip covers & sheer curtains. Blue & white predominates in china & fabric patterns as well as classic woven rugs from Madeline Weinrib in New York.<br />
A headboard of tufted flax linen is a standout piece in the comfortable guest bedroom.
Using  outdoor  fabric  for curtains,  the  drapery itself has created an exterior room with custom   upholstery, antiques and found  objects.
Outdoor  entertaining  space  created  for  an   Italianate  Villa  in  Beverly  Hills.  Using  a   combination  of  antiquities  and  new  pieces  to   create  a  collected  and  warm  environment.
Though this room may appear to be monochromatic, it is the subtle layering of soft hues and naturally inspired textures and patterns that create a warm and inviting space.
An 11,000 square-foot Malibu house, recently built, on a 3-acre hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Its roofs are made from reclaimed antique shingles. The architect was exacting in how he perfectly sited the house to take advantage of 180-degree views.
In a Spanish Colonial home on the beach in Santa Monica, the rich history of Mediterranean design is adhered to by the designer, with dark wood furniture, against pale walls; yet updated for comfort for living today. Here, original French doors open to the terrace off the bedroom.
An outdoor seating area that is really like a living room, with 2 full sofa's and comfortable cushions.
Nicknamed the 'Surf Shack' by the designer, who deftly turned a 700-square-foot house in Newport Beach, into a real home by approaching the space with economy and efficiency in mind. Here, a bed is against the window, like a ships cabin. built in window-seat, with useful storage below, and at the ends. Using interesting fabrics, and accessories, against white painted walls, adds to the charm.<br />
A bedroom in a Newport Beach house, on Lido Island. Sumptuous fabrics and a vintage carpet make the space feel elegant but warm and comfortable.

Beach style interior design for your Los Angeles home

The perfect beach house should feel inviting and be a comfortable refuge from our crazy urban lives. Our designers “get it” and know how to design a beach house that says “RELAX.”  In Los Angeles, and coastal California, very often these houses are large, full-time residences, where amenities run the gamut. They may be dramatic cliff side homes, with jaw dropping views, multiple terraces, and require a skillful mix of architecture and design, that is appropriate for seaside living. Other beach houses, that are a second home retreat, can be simple and well designed as they beckon residents and guests to enter and kick back. Never sacrificing on sophistication, modernity, or up to date technology, the best beach houses soothe the spirit and fill the eye with a sense of pleasure.

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