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Laura Gaskill added this to A Guide to 12 Popular Decorating Styles26 February 2021

Coastal What it is: Simply put, coastal style is inspired by the beach. This leaves a lot of room for interpretation, but the basics are ample light, natural materials, breezy spaces and a casual feel. Slipcovered furniture, woven accents and the colors of sea and sky make for a relaxing atmosphere with wide appeal.Where it comes from: Coastal style comes in numerous versions, depending on the region of coastline you’re inspired by (or live near). A nautical twist on coastal style is especially associated with areas like New England (think Nantucket and Cape Cod) that have a long history of seafaring. Inspired by turquoise waters and lush flora? A laid-back, tropical approach to coastal style might be right for you. Good to know: You don’t need to live by the beach to make coastal style work! It’s all about embracing the mood of living on the coast, not necessarily living in an actual beach house. Hallmarks of coastal style: Whitewashed surfacesBare wood floorsNatural materials such as sea grass, jute, wicker, rattan, linen and cottonFurniture built for relaxation, such as sectional sofas, hanging chairs and easy, breezy slipcovered piecesColours inspired by the coastThis style works well with: Traditional, transitional, contemporary, MediterraneanGet the guide to coastal style

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