This sophisticated and tranquil master bedroom suite features walls covered in textured Phillip Jeffries wallpaper and a custom-made headboard, designed by Atticus & Milo and covered in natural linen. The bed is layered in cushions in sea glass hues and finished with a light-as-a-feather throw from Safari Living. Two 'Pineapple' lamps from Rose Street Trading Co add a touch of fun, whilst keeping it coastal.
Comfy corners are a perfect spot to style a room to a colour brief. Pretty cushions take cues from ocean artworks, with sandy textures applied to armchair upholstery.
Artwork can add a burst of colour to an otherwise neutral scheme, taking the whole room to another level. Decorate with a collection of objects that are at once meaningful and within the tonal range of the room scheme.
John Paul Urizar
Connect with nature
Shades of blue and natural textures against a base of warm neutrals illustrate how a coastal interior can be subtle and elegant. Natural fibres are layered in a round 'Zinnia Weave' rug from Armadillo & Co over sisal flooring from International Floorcoverings.
Watery blues go right down to Roman blinds and curtains, found at Pottery Barn.
Commit to colour
One key piece of furniture can inform the entire colour scheme, such as this "Uno' sofa in Luxe fabric in Baltic from King Living. A "Nizza' wool rug from Halcyon Lake finds its misty match in walls painted in Dulux Tranquil Retreat, while a 'Cast Base' coffee table from West Elm keeps the scheme cosy yet contemporary.