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This viewer wanted to create a light, airy dining room ideal for casual year-round entertaining, so she used this fresh hue as the base for her entire design. The upholstered cane-backed chairs, freshly painted table and vintage marine life prints are reminiscent of relaxed summers and shabby seaside homes. White beadboard walls allow the sand-colored curtains and accessories to act as complementary accents rather than simply appearing in the background.

Staying with neutral shabby chic hues, this viewer mixed white, cream and blue to create a comfy space fit for sea dwellers. Stunning seashells, driftwood and starfish make perfect decor for a seaside retreat like this — just make sure you're up early enough to snag the prettiest ones from the shoreline.

This white-on-white living room brings an airy beach feel to the home. Natural textures plus seaside accents complete this cozy look.

This beachfront living room uses cool blues and greens together with a collection of sea-inspired prints to bring the outdoors inside.

Create a seaside feel by bringing outdoor elements indoors, like these wicker dining chairs. The latern-shaped chandelier adds a touch of marine whimsy. Design: Rethink Design Studio/Photo: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives

Nothing says nautical like a wall covered in a gorgeous map from floor to ceiling. The model sailboat on the rustic wood table adds a sense of wanderlust. It's hard to choose what to love more: the map wallpaper or the gorgeous barn-style doors. Design/Photo: Eric Roth

Japanese raku pots line the shelf above the open kitchen pass-through. The bar stools were custom designed to be comfortable and backless so as to keep the view unobstructed while being sturdy enough to not tip over easily. The front door is visible to the left of the kitchen. Design: Barry Dixon/Photo: Edward Addeo

An escape from the tropical heat, this living room is cool and restful, centered with a bench and matching pair of sofas. Simple wicker chairs and a sea grass carpet add to the relaxed island atmosphere. Design: Barry Dixon/Photo: Edward Addeo

Marianne's DIY Cork Lamp - HGTV Handmade White Craft Challenge

That's a wrap for this week's Kitchen and Bath Hour. Join us next week when we talk more ideas and inspiration for your next bath or kitchen project. And if you love what you saw tonight, be sure to leave comments and repin your favorites!

Armed with your bathroom design plans and budget, shop for products and materials that will meet your needs and complement your home style. is here to share the latest in bathroom tile trends and options.

"Bathrooms are becoming so much more than a room that takes care of a function," says Brian Johnson, principal, Collaborative Design Architects, Billings, Mt. "I compare it to how a TV room has evolved into a home theater with surround sound."

When it comes to the bathroom, there's a lot going on in a relatively small space. Focus on style and function. Consider how many times each day you enter the bathroom and use the amenities in this space. What time of day do you spend more time there? What are your layout needs?

Welcome back to Kitchen and Bath Hour. Tonight we’re talking steps to your big bold bathroom renovation! Whether you’re stuck somewhere between planning and doing, calculating a budget, or simply in the dreaming stage, join us for an hour of ideas, tips, and inspiration. And remember to refresh your browser often to see the latest pin activity.

Brian and Craig: Photo Op The twins pose with judge Scott McGillivray.

HGTV's Flipping the Block Season 1 - The quality of workmanship, neutral, sale-friendly color palette and smart closet addition made Scott choose the Red Team's master bedroom as this week's winner. convergence director Abbi and editor Liz pause for a quick photo op with behind-the-scenes host David. #behindthescenes #FlippingtheBlock

David does his best to recreate Ellen's famous Oscar night selfie with the teams. #behindthescenes #FlippingtheBlock

Host Josh Temple, judge and mentor Nicole Curtis and behind-the-scenes reporter David Bromstad show off their biceps. #behindthescenes #FlippingtheBlock

Watch a Flipping the Block online hangout with Scott McGillivray, Josh Temple, and David Bromstad

As seen on Flipping the Block...John and Whitney: Master Bedroom