Think Big Sur with a jagged coastline, crashing waves onto soft sand and ancient redwood trees as inspiration for the up and coming trend called Raw Coast. This new look, part of the “back to nature” movement blends the natural elements of stone, wood and sea colors to create harmonious yet dynamic design.
Colors in this trend reflect those found around our coastlines: sandy beiges, marine blues, shell greys and warm corals.
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Sandra Espinet of Sandra Espinet Interiors, Los Angeles, CA nailed the Raw Coast look. The rough edges and smooth texture of the wooden headboard makes a unique statement piece and combines beautifully with the sea green pillows and subtle sand and mauve colors.
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Once an avid water polo player, Los Angeles based interior designer Jeffrey Alan Marks’ Kravet and Portfolio fabric collections express his passion for the ever changing California coastline.
Kendra Nicholas Nash of Nash Design Group, San Carlos, CA designed an organic living space based on a circular motif which gives a holistic look and feel to this calm nature-inspired room.
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Although Michele Safra, of Michele Safra Interiors, is from Miami, it is apparent that the raw coast look influenced her design decisions. This seaside bedroom features marine blue shibori patterns and raw textural elements.
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