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Five 2021 Home Design Trends You’ll Find at One Coast

As our lives have shifted and evolved over the past year, so too has our idea of the perfect living environment. We’re entering 2021 with a newfound understanding of the power that comes with uplifting home interiors, comfortable, roomy layouts and roots in a secluded, sun-swept locale. Since day one, One Coast has prioritized design that inspires a life well-lived and as many look toward implementing more joy in their stay-at-home routine, it’s no wonder that the oceanfront community’s home features fulfill this year’s top design trends. See for yourself, below. 


1. Multimodal Outdoor Space

According to Dwell, outdoor entertainment areas are among the new home priorities reshaped by the pandemic, and for good reason. Open-air, sunlit living spaces enable us to connect with nature, enjoy a change of scenery and, safely, spend time with loved ones. At One Coast, expansive terraces and sprawling rooftop terraces provide a breezy, mood-boosting setting to revel in Pacific Palisades’ year-round sunshine and sweeping mountain-to-ocean views. Plus, with each oceanfront rooftop terrace fit to accommodate spas and barbecues, one can enjoy a resort-like escape — right at home. 



2. Earthy Color Palettes

In the era of social distancing, many of us found solace and comfort in the outdoors. For this reason, Architectural Digest predicts that implementing nature-inspired patterns, warm colors and grounding earth tones within the home will be quick to trend in 2021. At One Coast, connection to nature has always been centric to the interior design process. Here, three different color palettes — Seashell, Pearl and Saltair — are thoughtfully designed to harness the natural beauty of One Coast’s sea-to-mountain vistas, utilizing materials and finishes selected to evoke an organic and soothing aesthetic. 



3. Versatile Bonus Rooms

Working, learning and entertaining look a little bit different these days — and so do our home needs. The reprieve that spacious interiors and multi-use bonus rooms grants dwellers cannot be underestimated. Imagine your very own tranquil office space, well-equipped yoga studio, study nook for the little ones and plenty of room to spread out, gather or retreat to privacy. One Coast’s thoughtful floor plans make day-to-day living effortless, with ample space and a masterful design built for versatility. 



4. Light-Filled Layouts

Natural light is not a new trend, but as we spend more time than usual at home, we might go as far as to say that a little indoor sunshine is a necessity. For dwellers seeking to add calm, uplifting elements to their home, bringing the outdoors in is key. At One Coast, expansive floor-to-ceiling windows welcome an abundance of light, while bright, airy indoor-outdoor living spaces make it easy to enjoy the sun’s warmth and fresh saltair throughout the day.



5. Proximity to Nature

Beyond bringing the outdoors in via elegant window walls and expansive outdoor living spaces, One Coast is masterfully sited to place residents steps from Southern California’s most precious natural wonders, from dramatic seaside parklands and mountain trails to sprawling beaches. At One Coast, residents enjoy the option to head outdoors on a whim, whether quite literally stepping out for a coastal hike, going for an ocean swim, or checking the surf from their rooftop terrace. And, perhaps more than ever, people are seeking exactly that — a home where living well comes naturally, and an array of outdoor pursuits await just beyond the front doorstep.




Architectural Digest




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