Fresh and Beachy Bedroom Ideas


Many people’s idea of paradise is sitting on a beach with a warm breeze in their hair, gazing out over the ocean. If this sounds like your idea of relaxation, you can bring this type of atmosphere into your bedroom, no matter where you live. It is easy to create a beachy bedroom without spending a lot of money. There are several fresh and beachy bedroom ideas to go for. These beachy bedroom ideas are really great and simple ways to bring the open, calming, breezy feeling of the sea, sand and sun into your bedroom. And given below are some of them. Keep reading..

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Let us start with the number one of beachy bedroom ideas. It’s begin with choose the colors. The colors you choose for your beach bedroom will depend on the style you are looking for. If you are interested in a tropical feel, you may wish to use bright colors such as reds, yellows and greens. If you want more of a nautical feel, then you will want to use rich blues and reds. For a lush ocean scene, choose soft blues and tans to mimic the feel of the sand. Add yellow for a little color, and use neutral shades for throw rugs and curtains. Then, for decorating, there are many uses for shells when decorating your space. One way to use them is to cover picture frames or mirrors with shells. Find shells of various colors and sizes and glue them on the frame or mirror using a glue gun. Hang on your wall or set on a shelf for instant style. If you have collected shells on previous trips, display them in glass jars on shelves or bookcases to add an instant beach element. If they aren’t full yet, don’t worry, you can add new shells each time you go to the beach. Shadow boxes are another way to display shells you have found or purchased on your travels. Hang the finished box on the wall, and you’re done.

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For the wall, add shelves to your walls by using old surfboards, or purchase premade, smaller surfboards made for this purpose. Hang a collection of frames on one wall using photos you have taken or purchased. Buy a small canvas. Paint it the color of your choice, and then glue a star fish or sand dollar in the center of it for an instant piece of minimalist art. The next other beachy bedroom ideas; bedding and window treatments. Depending on the look you are going for, you have several options for your bedding choices. If you use soft, white bedding, it will give your room a crisp, clean look. Add color in the accessories. If you start with a clean slate on the bed, you are free to use whatever colors you like on the walls and accent pieces. If you like a lot of color, purchase or make a comforter using a Hawaiian print. You can even use a hula skirt for a dust ruffle to continue your beach theme. Add curtains that go along with your color choice. If you choose to go with white fabrics, a simple white curtain will continue to add to the clean look you are going for. If you like more color, use a coordinating fabric to match the Hawaiian colors you chose for the comforter. You could even use a small Hawaiian lei as a tieback for the curtains.

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Set a small fish bowl on a table, dresser or bookshelf to continue the beach theme. Buy tropical plants or ferns and set them around the room to make it feel more comfortable. Add texture by using wicker baskets or straw woven chairs in a seating area. Whatever you choose to do in your room, stick to elements and colors you like, and it will be the relaxing space you dreamed of. For the last beachy bedroom ideas, make your beach room bright by using sheer curtains to let in natural light. For electric lighting, use glass lamps filled with seashells or lamps that look like antique ship’s lanterns. Give the room an airy feeling by adding a ceiling fan and light with sea grass blades. If you want a surfer vibe, add brightly colored paper lanterns. For a whimsical touch, use strings of lights in the shape of palm trees. These were the beachy bedroom ideas for your bedroom into a fresh calming beachy theme. So, select the colors, furniture and decorating items well and enjoy the new looking bedroom!

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68 thoughts on “Fresh and Beachy Bedroom Ideas

  1. Brycen 1980

    There are a surprising number of plants that will propagate in water, which lined up on a window sill loverly and can insulate a bit: basil, impatiens.Some more info:

  2. Ivanna-Addilynn-Rayne

    After living in relatively bigger apartments (not houses) in the US, when we relocated to Germany couple of years back, we were quite to contemplate the size of the apartments in Germany. We (two adults and one 3 year old) now live in a 800 something square feet apartment and I always cribbed the lack of storage specially the kitchen. There are no built-in closets delight in they are in the US and neither accomplish we a dishwasher or even a freezer!!Our kitchen is just 5 x 9 feet and poorly designed. We an under the counter refrigerator and when keeping food inside or taking food out of the refrigerator, the only location to the containers is on the floor. I hated everything about it and complained on and on. Not that I am extremely with the kitchen now and I wish that I had a bigger kitchen with a better layout and a 2nd Bathroom or a WC.That I am quite about the apartment as such. It has lots of sunlight, expedient neighborhood, play areas for children, greenery etc. And I feel extremely cozy and snug in this smallish 2BR apartment. Also, after living in Europe for about 2 years, I learnt the secret of clever storage. The more I try to apply this, the more creative I become and the more blessed I feel.

  3. Brandon_Landen_Jaylon

    I this setup except IMO the cables need to be cleaned up a little. I also a glass desk with dual 23″ LCDs and it drove me mental until I got the cables under control using PVC cable conduit. :-)You can also this cheaper option, which apparently supports QWXGA (my LCD panels are QWXGA resolution):MonoPrice item #6038.That you the mini-DVI-out on the laptop for LCD #1 and the USB from MonoPrice for LCD#2.Go Toronto!

  4. Adolfo-Harry

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  5. Trevor-Gunnar

    Well, I personally you should hold the aesthetic cabinets (paint or refinish the insides if dingy). Install more lighting (not necessarily getting rid of not-too-bad pendant lamp) under counter, etc. rid of valance and curtain. Install microwave & venting hood over stove. Modernize counters and paint the walls a deep or orange. Cork floors, a astonishing idea.

  6. Eloise.Samara

    A kitchen sink that has a of the outdoors.An eat-in for morning breakfast.A dedicated alcove to all my specialty baking (including two stand mixers) and chocolate equipment (including two tempering machines), marble counters, a wine fridge to to chill chocolates.Dishwasher _drawers_.Walk-in pantry, root cellar, wine cellar.A double-sided fireplace-style oven (for indoor and outdoor grilling with the same flue stack).3 ovensAn obscene, and I mean obscene, amount of storage for dishes and glassware.

  7. Kynlee_Zion

    I really looking at blueprints (yes, missed my calling) and will follow up on the reader-provided links. Thanks so much. These are inspirational for a simple lifestyle.

  8. KaiKhalilAnton

    for folks about #6: at least for us, the burly furniture was awkward but not heavy, especially compared to a similarly sized pile of boxes filled with books, dishes, CDs, etc. Obviously this one is a judgement call, but having the sofa in last and out first made it easier to out of the apartment and into the one.

  9. Cali-Lillianna

    I the pet bed — cool!Other than that, my library uses them for time seating for kids. I collect ones that roughly match my installed carpeting for door mats that can be trashed if really destroyed without damaging the wall to wall.Not too fond of carpeting made into lamp shades… I of light to * a shade…

  10. Milan_Celia_Kallie

    Thank you extremely much. We are really proud of our headboard. We first gave it a light sanding with a palm sander and then treated it with 2 coats of Minwax Teak Oil which is made for indoor and outdoor use. Because the wood is extremely heavy, we mounted it using a “french cleat” system where we a * of 3/4″ oak on a 45 degree angle and mounted one side to the wall into 3 studs, then the other side directly into the top of the headboard. We then mounted another * of the oak directly on to the wall at the bottom so the headboard would sit flush. For more on how we did it, you can check it out here on my blog:

  11. Melvin-Jaydon-Will

    There are a lot of comments here about white vs. or pattered dishware. I the decision should in be by your “plating” ability. If you at any of the seemingly inummerable chef shows color and texture are always brought to the table by the artistry of the food presentation. White seems to be the choice if you that ability. On the otherhand simply plated foods can lost or unimpressive on white and color and pattern can add life to the presentation. dishes that work with your food presentation ability and compositional eye…

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