March 2012

The March 2012 issue of Coastal Living magazine is all about color. Learn the best ways to brighten your home and your life with fresh paint ideas for every room. Plus, take a tour of Mexico's most colorful waterfront villas and get the perfect seafood and pasta recipes.

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March 2012 Online Features

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  • Coastal Home

    Create a Mudroom

    A back entry should be just as welcoming as the front door. Here's how to set up a cheerful spot for kicking off your shoes.

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  • Web Exclusive

    Organize Your Entry

    Simple solutions and tips to help make the most of your entry, utility, and storage spaces.

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  • Web Exclusive

    45 Bright, Bold Rooms

    Learn how to decorate with energetic colors and fun patterns to create dazzling, eye-catching spaces.

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  • Web Exclusive

    Our 17 Favorite Green Rooms

    From grassy to lime and forest, we love green in any and every shade. Consider this your complete guide to going green—color-wise, that is!

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  • Coastal Havens

    Happy Hour

    Design guru Jonathan Adler dishes on easy ways to recreate Palm Beach's hip, eclectic style.

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  • Coastal Home

    The Joys of Color

    Color is back! Discover how to use bright hues to transform any room—and have a little fun while you're at it.

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  • Travel

    Hues and Views in Mexico

    Experience the vibrancy of the Pacific Coast at two resorts where brightly painted villas and verdant surroundings combine for an unforgettable getaway.

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  • Coastal Kitchen

    Use Your Noodles

    Take it beyond the same old clam sauce with big-flavor seafood-and-pasta duos.

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