Before and After: Ocean Inspired Living Room Redesign

It's a day at the beach in this ocean inspired living room redo.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe furniture in the room stays in the same arrangement but the color makes the room feel more comfortable and cozy.
Bringing the outside in, Bromstad chooses a color palette of sand, turquoise and deep red accents. The furniture is still laid out in the same arrangement. A few ottomans are added to create more fluid seating arrangements; they tuck away under the coffee table when not needed. With the added color, the room looks warm and comfortable.

In a large space, play with light and intimacy. The sheers allow for more privacy while still allowing light through during the day. Bromstad creates a screen of light with the floor lamps he places behind the couches. It draws the attention to the center of the room at night for a cozier atmosphere.

Product Information

paint: wall (custom color mixed by Danielle Hirsch on top of 1656 Aspen Skies), built-in (1103 Camel Back) – Benjamin Moore
vanilla chiffonade panels, red pillar candles – Bed Bath & Beyond
Tibetan stripe rug – Khyber Pass
coffee table – Ricochet Consignment
Nate Burkus turquoise chunky knit blankets (made into pillows), Nate Burkus black floor lamps – Linens 'n Things

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