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The breakfast room is a swell salute to the curvy forms of the late midcentury: A half moon–shaped tufted banquette and a custom oak table with a Saarinen tulip base sync well with Hans Wegner chairs painted light aqua. Rounded 1960s-inspired sconces and
This luxe beachside kitchen takes a cue from its surroundings with an inky glass-tile backsplash that resembles the sparkling shoreline. Blue stools and cobalt-hued bar accessories add to the on-the-water look.

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“This room is so oriented toward the sea that the design became as much about the water as anything else,” says designer Mark D. Sikes of this window-wrapped Newport, Rhode Island bedroom. He upholstered the walls in a floral vine print from his line with

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Amy Neunsinger, styling by Lindsey Ellis Beatty and Rachael Burrow

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“This shade of yellow has a bit of brown in it, which works well with natural bamboo and rattan elements,” says designer Lindsey Coral Harper about this beach house bedroom on North Carolina’s Bald Head Island. “I had the wainscot built 54 inches tall so

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Southern Living

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These stunning turquoise floor tiles mimic the bright hues of the sea—making this pretty hideaway one of the hottest rental properties on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. (Check it out on Instagram: @coralhouseharbourisland.) “The tiles are my favorite—one

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Annie Schlechter, Styling by Liz Strong

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“I always think of a guest room as an opportunity to use a color that doesn’t appear anywhere else in the house,” says designer Ashley Whittaker. “It helps make it memorable and distinct.” Here, it was a punchy citrus yellow, which she spotted in a fabric

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Max Kim-Bee, Styling by Heather Chadduck Hillegas

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Guests in this cozy bedroom on Long Beach Island in New Jersey wake up to sprawling Atlantic views—but that’s not the only luxury here. Designers Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham of Tilton Fenwick chose a showstopping rattan bed from Anth

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Max Kim-Bee, Styling by Lindsey Ellis Beatty

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The four-poster, campaign-style bed (a copy of an antique) was the starting point for this breezy bedroom in Mahogany Bay, Belize. Batik prints, a pink quilt, and sheer mosquito netting “doll the room up a bit,” says designer Amanda Lindroth, but not so m

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“Turquoise is a universal favorite for coastal houses, but it’s often used as an accent,” says designer Meg Braff of this Sea Island, Georgia, bedroom. “I wanted to give it center stage, so rather than mixing it with other colors, I went heavy on patterns

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