Winchelsea BeachCoastal Dining Room, Sussex

Photo of a beach style dining room in Sussex with white walls, light hardwood flooring and feature lighting. —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
This photo has 4 questions

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Victoria Harrison added this to Jobs for November: Rest, Stocktake and Plan for Next Year28 September 2018

Start planning spring renovation work More often than not, we begin to think about renovation projects as the weather warms up and everything emerges from winter hibernation. The savvy renovator, however, knows the best way to get ahead of the game is to start planning and organising your project the winter before you want the work to start. Be it an extension, kitchen renovation or decorating project, you can use the quieter winter months to do your research, book professionals, and get your finances sorted, so you’re ready to hit the ground running as soon as the warmer weather arrives.Find a design professional in your area today.

Victoria Harrison added this to 10 Tips on How to Work From Home16 December 2016

Hide the biscuits!You might have iron-clad self-control, but I know that if there’s a biscuit tin within a 5m range of where I’m working, I just can’t concentrate. If your home office is in the kitchen or dining room, the temptation to snack all day can be very hard to resist. If you think the call of the kitchen might be too much, you could try to limit the number of sugary snacks you keep within easy reach. Or restrict yourself to one mid-morning coffee break at the same time you would take one in the office.

Jo Simmons added this to 5 Style Alternatives if You Love Shabby Chic5 December 2016

4 Prioritise comfort and informalityGo for relaxed seating…The shabby chic look is welcoming and unpretentious, so opt for furniture that’s deliberately informal. A simple bench, café chairs or stools instead of dining chairs, for example, will send the message that this is a home to relax in. Add soft seat cushions to ramp up the comfort level.

Cheryl Freedman added this to 5 Style Shortcuts to Get the Sophisticated Seaside Look19 July 2016

2 Use tongue and groove Paint it white for seaside simplicity…It should, by rights, be out of fashion by now. But there’s something inspiring about tongue and groove’s longstanding popularity in interiors. This simplest of panelling techniques lends an instant laid-back beach-hut vibe, while pulling off the trick of seeming classic, rustic, leftfield and quaint all at once. Painted white it’s at its fresh and uplifting best; here the casually propped driftwood, rickety stools, striped cushions and vintage books create a relaxed all-at-sea atmosphere. And who knew beige floral curtains could look so charming?

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Lizzi Lambert added this to Lookout House29 March 2022

i like the style and the stools with pillows

Lizzi Lambert added this to Farmhouse 201929 March 2022

i like the style and the stools with pillows

Ceris Fender-Reid added this to Ceris' Ideas20 March 2022

White and reclaimed wood combination, wooden crate and pieces of wood

HU-936266551 added this to house11 March 2022

exposed beams / wide floorboards

Rebecca Running added this to Cindy & Wally Ceiling1 December 2021

This is all white. Very cottage like. Small room. Lots of paneling. I think this would be too much white for the size of your room.

momgoddess added this to HMB30 October 2021

not necessarily this, but I do like an antique/rustic look if it isn't overdone (like, one piece not a bunch of pieces)

Dining Rooms with Similar Colours
a+b kasha
Be Inspired
Rockport Beach House
Oceanfront Dining Room
Glen Waverley Home
Transitional Dining Room
United Kingdom
Tailor my experience with cookies

Houzz uses cookies and similar technologies to personalise my experience, serve me relevant content, and improve Houzz products and services. By clicking ‘Accept’ I agree to this, as further described in the Houzz Cookie Policy. I can reject non-essential cookies by clicking ‘Manage Preferences’.