Our Picks for Coastal New England Interior Design

June 2nd, 2016 | Home Decor Ideas, Home Design

The coastal look is currently a major interior design trend, but in-style or not, when you live in New England, style inspired by the sea is always appropriate. Love the look of coastal New England interior design? Here are our favorite furniture and decor picks in the style to get you feeling inspired.

Kate Spade for EJ Victor Crawford Sofa
This sofa is exactly the shade we prefer the sky to be on beach days. Plus, the curved back reminds us of the rolling waves. 

Kate spade sofa - coastal new england interior design

Hooker Furniture Chatelet Chairside Chest
This traditional chest has a charming weathered look that evokes the outside of beach cottages on Cape Cod.
hooker furniture chatelet chest

Cottage & Bungalow Herringbone Pillow
This cheeky pillow offers a fun (and quite literal) take on the trendy herringbone pattern. It’d be an unexpected and lighthearted touch in the guest room.


Cottage & Bungalow Bowline Chandelier
A classic candelabra chandelier +  a few yards of rope = a charming coastal light fixture for above the dining room table.
rope chandelier - cottage and bungalow

Hooker Furniture Melange Rafferty II Side Chair
The back of this weathered chair from Hooker Furniture is reminiscent of the design of a compass face.
hooker furniture melange dining chair - coastal new england interior design

Pine Cone Hill Chunky Knit Throw
We love this cozy throw blanket for chilly nights by the sea (or simply to add some texture to the sofa).
chunky knit throw - coastal new england interior design

Shiraleah Rope Salad Servers
For a subtle take on the coastal look, incorporate accents and accessories, like these rope-wound serving pieces.
Shiraleah Rope salad servers - coastal interior design


Currey & Co Chanteuse Chandelier
This now-classic fixture from Currey & Co evokes shiny pearls.
currey and co chateuse chandelier

For more coastal inspired design, check out our Houzz profile!


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