Beachy Blue

A dramatic black ceiling doesn’t always conjure images of the seaside, but by using pops of coral, seashell printed accent pillows, and beachy artwork, that’s exactly what designer Marsha Yessick was able to achieve. This master bedroom is equal parts functional and pretty. A butler’s pantry in between the bedroom and bathroom serves as a spot to make morning coffee, and a home office was incorporated within the room to take advantage of the spectacular views. Corals and blues are pulled from the antique Persian rug which serves as inspiration for the color palette. A seating area near the window provides an area to take in mountain views.

corals and blues are pulled from the antique Persian rug which serves as inspiration for the color palette
Designer: 
Marsha Yessick, ASID, Yessick’s Design Center

Photography: Med Dement

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