Room Of The Day: Island Elegance Living Room

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Room Of The Day: Island Elegance Living Room

Room Of The Day: Island Elegance Living Room

Since coastal living is all about unwinding, the seating is slipcovered. This style of furniture is relaxed and unfussy. This large and the are meant to be used often, maintained easily, and enjoyed by all. Slipcovered sofas are the perfect staple for every coastal living space.

All pieces in this room are slipcovered in neutral fabrics that can easily be accented in any color like the deep, rich blue in the .

All these pieces are anchored by a which is an all-natural stunner, with a unique hand-braided weave in a sun-washed natural hue to brighten the space.

Upon the rug, is a natural, real that is hand crafted to size. All our driftwood pieces are one-of-a kinds crafted by hand per client. Topped with glass, allowing us to showcase the beauty of the driftwood. This is meant to be a focal point and a showcase piece.

The washed out beauty of the is undeniable. They are constructed of white poplar, the solid wood turned pedestal base supports a thick top with beveled edges. This is the perfect accent table for a coastal home.

For those finishing touches we have accessorized with a , and - tying in function and flair. To add in natural light and spatial reflection, a was another nautical-inspired accessory. Last but not least, a homage to Florida’s landscape, there’s a pair of plants.

On a focal point wall, the is the ultimate statement with it’s four-doors crafted from mirrored glass set behind intricate open scrolled iron latches. Made with reclaimed elm in a distressed gray-white finish. This piece can be used as a breakfront or media console.

Art: by local artist Mary-Louise O’Sullivan. Mary Louise was born in Biltmore Forest located near Asheville, NC and after living in Spain for many years, she eventually settled in Palm Beach, FL. She has an active work studio, producing art for several years- some that are featured at Our Boat House and the island’s galleries. Her original oil paintings are on Belgian Linen and collected all over the country. She is also a published author for books about wildlife and landscape.

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