The master suite of this Seagrove, Florida, beach house features a private lanai that runs the length of the home. Sliding glass doors provide an unobstructed view to the blue-green water outside. The window seat beyond gives the homeowners yet another cozy spot to enjoy the beach below.
2 of 15Photo: Jonny Valiant; Styling: Elizabeth Beeler
Sweeping views of the Gulf are what you’ll see from this Seaside, Florida, master suite. The partially shaded deck beyond provides the perfect vantage point. Inside, vaulted ceilings provide a breezy touch and pine floors evoke an earthy feel.
3 of 15Photographer: Rick Lew, Stylist: Loren Simons
In this Corona del Mar, California, master bedroom, warm taupe and gray-brown mix with pops of blue, evoking the Pacific. Salvaged leaded-glass windows divide the bedroom from the luxurious bath beyond.
5 of 15Photo: Mark Lohman, Stylist: Francoise O'Neill
The master bedroom of this Anna Maria Island, Florida, home is dressed in neutral hues and romantic fabrics that invite serenity into the space, while beckoning your gaze to the blue-green water outside.
The shimmering Malibu sea is on full display in this master bedroom, which features dark, soaring vaulted ceilings that are echoed in the room’s calming, warm sandy and brown hues.
7 of 15Photo: Lisa Romerein
Clean and White
The wall color of this California bedroom blends seamlessly with the sky outside, while the white bedding echoes the distant clouds. Santa Monica-based architect Julie Hart used unobtrusive materials on the deck outside to give homeowners an unobstructed view.
8 of 15Photographer: John Ellis, Stylist: Elizabeth Beeler
Punchy accents of turquoise and pink breathe life into this otherwise neutral bedroom. The louvered shutters swing open to reveal a beautiful sight: the Malibu shore.
9 of 15Photo: Lisa Romerein
Get the look: The rattan dresser and mirrors are fromVilla Melrose Antiques. The pottery and John Robshaw quilt and pillows are fromTim Clark Design. The upholstered headboard is from Finley Design.
Who wouldn’t want to spend a night in this Laguna Beach, California, guest room? It is outfitted in warm, neutral tones that are echoed in the simple rounded headboard and rattan dressers. These pieces complement the room’s ornate details, such as the antique mirrors and crystal chandeliers, which reflect light from the breathtaking view just outside.
A large picture window flanked by vertical casement windows allow this gorgeous Laguna Beach, California, view to shine. Cream-colored furnishings with pops of light blue add to the relaxed feel of the space.
11 of 15Photo: Lisa Romerein; Styling: Heather Chadduck
This Martha’s Vineyard home was built with views of the outdoors in mind. The couple even chose their bed to be the same height as the windowsill so that they could awaken to views of Vineyard Haven beyond.
The designer of this Key Biscayne home knew his most important decorating task was to create a design scheme that celebrated the view outside. The aqua tones in the master bedroom mimic the water outside, while golden yellow adds warmth to the space.
15 of 15Photo: Miki Duisterhof; Styling: Linda Hirst