A large, light blue sectional sofa encourages the type of informal gathering vacation homes are known for. Get the look in your own home by filling a sectional with oversize pillows, which can easily be tossed on the ground for floor seating.
Bench seating in the breakfast nook takes up less room than regular chairs and doesn't obstruct window views.
Woven fibers, including this chair and lamp, add textural interest to the sea-and-sand palette and keep the look natural.
Pale blue walls, gauzy panels mounted to the sloped ceiling, and do-it-yourself pendent lights make a breezy retreat of the guest bedroom, where visitors are greeted with serene white linens.
Pendent lights throughout the home are made from large rattan balls and paper lanterns.
In the master bedroom, large wood doors with reeded glass serve as a showstopper headboard and hide the open bathroom behind the bed.
The space-defining room partition in the master bedroom conceals the open bathroom.
Shelves behind the headboard in the master bedroom provide storage. Attractive wicker baskets corral toiletries.
Matching dark frames punctuate a collection of inexpensive sea creature prints.