Last week I shared the fresh white kitchen of my coastal bohemian Las Palmas Project. Today, I am excited to continue the tour with the living and dining rooms. Like the kitchen, these spaces have clean, neutral foundations layered with organic texture, rich color, and hints of black for modern polish. Take a peek inside this beautiful modern bohemian coastal home.
In the living room, we took advantage of the light-filled room by layering whites. We started with walls painted Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace and a beautiful vintage kilim in black and white stripe, added two large white linen sofas, and custom white drapes. The living room is open to the second story which creates a pretty airiness, but the drapes help define the space and keep it from feeling cavernous.
From the white foundation, we added different colors and textures to create warmth and interest. Black and brass accents keep the space modern, while warm natural woods of the coffee and side tables create an organic coastal feel.
Vintage textiles bring pattern to the space. I love this large-scale framed textile on the wall paired with mudcloth throw pillows.
Black leather sling chairs across from folding x-base stools round out the seating and create an eclectic, casual vibe.
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A cozy dining nook sits open to the entry. We kept the entire dining table design natural and relied on texture rather than color to add interest. A round natural oak table is paired with these awesome woven dining chairs and a the chandelier made of intricate cocoa beads. The door painted in Benjamin Moore Black Satin adds contrast to the light woods in the space.
In an open-concept space, lighting can define each area. This statement light makes the dining space feel separate and unique from the rest of the room. For tips on how to hang your own statement light, check out this post here.
The light woods contrast with the black front door and buffet. Earthy wood serving bowls and glass jars add a touch of coastal to the space.
Plants add a fresh pop of color to the otherwise simple color palette. For greenery ideas in your own space, make sure to read this Succulent Plant Guide.
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Thanks for stopping by today to see more of this coastal bohemian home. Check back for more Las Palmas Project room reveals. Happy Wednesday!
* All photos taken by Ryan Garvin
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I LOVE this house! Just beautiful. Where is the wood side table from (between the leather sling chairs). Thank you.