With the holidays approaching, many of us are beginning to give up the idea of spending “the extra time and money” lavishing in vacation for their children or grandchildren. However, as you may see, there are lots of ways that you can still enjoy the beauty of your home and still have that vacation feel. Let us inspire you with these beautiful coastal dining room ideas.
1. This living room is chic and contemporary.
With its glass doors and multiple skylights, this dining room is one of a kind. We love the cool, Hawaiian-inspired chairs and the neutral, cream colored table with its sculptural base. It’s midsummery and welcoming.
2. This chapel is modern and classy.
This chapel is unique, bright and super contemporary. We love the vasey, gray bodor on the chandelier and the shabby orange curtains. It’s chic, it’s posh but it’s also super homey, charming and welcoming.
3. This space has all the makings of a seaside getaway.
With all white walls and clean, sandy tones, this dining room would be the perfect place for a seaside vacation home. The abundance of natural lighting and window treatments, as well as the mirror, make it the perfect place to take in a little “me” time.
4. One wall becomes a gallery.
With the right decor and the right ambiance, ugly, clutter ridden corner or wall can become an accent wall. Let the seaside blue dominate and only brightens the room. It’ll become a vacation heaven see-through space.
5. Rounded silhouettes.
It can be something as simple as a swipe of interesting fabric, or as detailed as a surround of different art prints. Rounded silhouettes are perfect for a casual, coastal feel.
6. White walls.
Slowly and carefully, the right decorating can transform even the starkest of rooms. This living room is muted and neat. Everything is clean and tidy … and most importantly, all of the fresh details come together to create a room that’s naturally cozy.
7. Combining a variety of heights.
Boho style is all about the fun-loving and eclectic. It’s about infusing and bringing the interior of your home or building a unique space with various heights of decor and decor.
8. Filled with whimsy.
When you’re decorating for a Boho space, you can easily go overboard on the whimsical, girlish, flirty or boho vibes. But keep in mind that the end result will be super eclectic in nature.
9. White walls.
Go white! And make sure you’re creating a positive, uplifting and freeing feeling by including white walls (and white décor on the ceiling as well) in the energy & fun zone.
10. Neutral, funky geometric décor.
Another way to incorporate the Boho vibes, is with some funkier, geometric pieces. Create a thick, chunky base with some tapered pieces and then top it off with the sharpest, most artistically modeled pieces.