Take a look at some of our most coastal-chic living room transformations.
Disoriented seating and an overbearing hearth distract from the gorgeous view of the ocean outside.
Fresh white paint, lush seating cushions, and a downsized fireplace allow the beach view to be the focal point of the room.
Dark hanging beams and a brick fireplace seem out-of-place and make this room feel smaller than it is.
Painting the dark beams white dramatically changes the room and creates a more open feel. Fun, exotic prints add interest and color.
This old, dingy, outdoor shed needed a lot of creativity and hard work to create a beautiful living space.
With lots of elbow grease, the homeowners turned a lowly shack into a gorgeous, earth-toned living room. The raised ceiling and striped rug add chic personality.
The mismatched furniture takes away from the stunning coastal views of this charcterless living room.
Sticking with a neutral palette of black, white, and wood tones brings a classic, yet chic vibe to the space. Simple bamboo blinds maximize the ocean view.
A lack of furniture makes this drab living room hard to utilize. Lots of empty space does not work well for relaxing or entertaining.
A pale wall color plus fun and comfortable bamboo furniture gives this room character and an inviting atmosphere.
Homeowners had lots of creative freedom with this bare space. Certain aspects, like the popcorn-ceiling, were first on the list to go.
Neutral colors mixed with natural touches give the room a calming feel. A collection of smaller pictures forms a larger piece of art that adds significant interest to the space.
Interesting shelves, a vaulted ceiling, and wood floors provided great opportunity for a gorgeous living room.
The L-shaped couch and glass coffee table serve as anchors to the eccentric collection of movies, books, and accessories on the shelves. A unique color palette of dark grays and bright pops of orange add character.
Dark paneling on the walls caused this room to feel old and crowded. The homeowners wanted to brighten up the space to go along with their coastal cottage.
By completely covering the wood paneling with bright white paint, this living room feels open and comfortable. Simple, plush furniture finishes the look and enhances natural light.
This traditional layout needed a bright airiness to contrast the heavy floors.
The driftwood coffee table is a bold focal point that references the natural environment outside. Neutral colors with accents of cool blues and green create a calming coastal atmosphere.
Mangy carpet, mismatched upholstered furniture, and cheap paneling gave this room a vintage vibe--in a bad way.