Design Tip

Paula's Advice

Coastal inspired spaces, whether sophisticated or casual, should be kept light and airy.

Design Tip

Paula's Advice

Keep the wall palette neutral or white and carefully select rich furnishings that provide contrast.

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Coastal Charm! Like the Bodega mirror, collected driftwood is hand assembled and then painted white to create this unique table lamp.

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  • Coastal luxury and sophistication in this Caribbean retreat. Neutral and natural elements are mixed perfectly exuding a peaceful and tranquil vibe. Book that Spa Appointment now please!

    Scene Vibe

    Coastal Luxury! The vibe in this sea-inspired scene exudes peace and tranquility. The perfect mix of subtle color, layers of unexpected shapes and contrasting textures draw you in. While there are many elements to digest, the space remains calm and crisp on the eyes. Reveals a sophisticated, but inviting space that makes me want to book a spa appointment!

    Paula’s Design Tips

    • Find your inspiration and build a story around it!
    • Keep wall colors and upholstery light and neutral; think of a sandy beach!
    • Select furniture in darker, richer tones to add contrast
    • Sprinkle accents in charcoal and black to help anchor the space

    Lifestyle > Coastal

    Coastal interiors are typically ocean-inspired spaces. They evoke a calm and sun-drenched emotion that is reminiscent of a sandy beach or charming lake house vacation. The design reveals an easy breezy lifestyle with an emphasis on keeping things light and airy. Whether sophisticated or casual, water is the common theme; unveiling a personal story surrounding driftwood, seashells or nautical accents.

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  • Viceroy Hotel Anguilla

    Anguilla, Caribbean

    Throughout the Anguillan resort, modern architectural forms interplay with the natural environment, while sophisticated, contemporary interiors by designer Kelly Wearstler add rich textural contrast. The resort's signature restaurant, Cobà, offers dining with exquisite views of Barnes Bay and Meads Bay, and the dramatic bay-view Sunset Lounge and cliffside Half Shell beach bar and restaurant add to the culinary offerings at this stunning luxury Caribbean resort. Two white sand beaches, our glimmering Sunset Pool, an array of water sports, a spa and fitness center, and programs for children and families add to Viceroy's rarefied experience.

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    Barnes Bay, P.O. Box 8028, West End, Anguilla AI 2640
    1 (264) 497-7000