Seaside Coastal Bedroom Ideas


Having a home along the coast is the dream of many families. Cool ocean breezes and the sound of crashing waves makes a coastal home, especially your bedroom feel like vacation every day. Even if you don’t live at the beach, you can give your bedroom the feeling of coastal living. Decorating coastal bedroom ideas differs slightly from port to port. If you are thinking of decorating a bedroom in the coastal style, pay specific attention to the color schemes, accents and accessories, furniture and bedding you use. The following paragraphs are some seaside coastal bedroom ideas that you can try.

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Refreshing Your Bedroom Into Coastal Style with Seaside Coastal Bedroom Ideas

Naturally, it all starts with the bed itself. The bed is the focal point of any bedroom, so it should be ‘dressed’ in the style of seaside coastal decor. Bedspreads done in beach style can go a long way to making your entire room look and feel coastal. A bedspread doesn’t necessarily have to have seashells on it on order to be considered coastal decorating, a patterned bedspread or soft comforter with colors of the seashore works just as well. Then, the color wall in coastal bedroom ideas, use a color palette inspired by coastal hues. Blue is an obvious choice, with options ranging from sea foam green to deep blue. Another option is various shades of brown or beige found on the beach. Pick one primary color and two or three accent colors. Dark blue, light blue and white create a cool, refreshing palette. Tan, mocha, green and cream are also inviting. An almost all-white palette with shades of grey is a relaxing choice.

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For an extra pop of color and to complete the coastal style look for the bed, choose coastal style accent pillows that complement the bedspread. There are many different coastal styles to choose from: nautical with navy, red, and whites, soft beach colors in aqua, grey, and seafoam green, and a new preppy beach style with pinks, greens, and blues. Beach wall art plays an important part in coastal decor. This can include any kind of nautical wall decor like mirrors with nautical themes, shadow boxes with souvenirs of the seashore in them, or frames done in a weathered wash finish which is a widely popular beach theme look. Another popular trend in beach wall art is vintage style wooden signal flag signs. Real signal flags have a language all their own and with the wide variety of wooden signal flag signs available today, you can actually ‘spell’ out messages on your wall, sharing their true meaning with the most special people in your life.

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When decorating your bedroom in coastal bedroom ideas, don’t forget the surfaces. Dressers, nightstands, and bookshelves are wonderful places to put hurricane lamps, nautical inspired tea lights, and even large glass bottles that come in the colors of the ocean such as cobalt blue, fanciful turquoise, and golden amber. These bottles can be left as is, turned into lamps, or filled with small shells and sand. Finally, coastal bedroom is have tranquil colors and comfortable textures which is make this style is so special. Look to the sea for another coastal bedroom ideas and you can’t go wrong. There’s no need to live by the ocean when you can create something almost as nice with the decor of you bedroom.

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85 thoughts on “Seaside Coastal Bedroom Ideas

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  5. Esteban_Ramiro

    everything here but the toilet…I the of complete privacy on the toilet, and having a fishbowl experience would me out even with frosted panes. Agree with J&M above, was starting to a bit sterile on here, white walls, some macrame, and a pseudo lumberjack hipster……enough already

  6. Amara-Ariyah-Guadalupe

    I delight in Ikea and to the best time there with my mom. We would for meatballs and I always got to resolve a special something for my room :)So I was when I went with the BF, and we had the worst fight ever. We then returned about a year ago and it did not well. Somehow it really stresses him out. So now we together on the website and I travel alone, or we colossal stuff delivered. More expensive, but worth it for our sanity.

  7. Emersyn.Kenna.Penny

    Cheap is good, however if you want quality, and something extraordinary, I would recommend “MEMENTO” on Pico Blvd between 20th & 21st in Santa Monica. They are not the most expensive, but they astonishing work, and not what you will everywhere else. They also archival quality stuff.

  8. Zachary Jorge Joel E.

    Flowers are always that third color that makes my rooms happy. Its usually pink or yellow but I affection a stem of a green cymbidium and it last for months.

  9. Randy

    I bear been obsessed with the strut table in Watermellon for years. It is the perfect color … I call it the table. i am now too about to one for as my desk and am having same delema as I been trying to more neutral with my palette, so am thinking ivory or the green, but the watermellon keeps dragging me back. I believe watermellon is a greta call for you!

  10. Mariana Avianna Raquel

    @Dulcibella – Oh…you know, I never even to into that! I need to my Googlefu before those bulbs the of the dodo bird. I two tole lamps (similar to this:

  11. Alexandra.Aleah.Hattie

    I grew up in India using reusable bags made from cloth, clothes, paper – you name it – whatever suits your wallet…and also bags were not given out that easily by any stores – unlike in the US – if you asked for an extra – it would be forwned upon – sadly all of this is changing!Its a matter of getting to! of it as your personal contribution to the environment!

  12. Jon Gunner Jovan

    This was and heartbreaking all at once…I had the best gray tabby who I adopted when he was 4, and at 8 had to be down due to a tumor extremely to his spine.He was initially unable to his legs, and being a big, cat, he was able to pull himself around by his front legs. (He was able to quality of life and comfort for a few months thanks to Prednisolone.) But watching this I remember how it was to him unable to the litter box on his own. I can certainly to the heartbreak of watching a beloved pet deteriorate this.Kudos for putting the anxiety and affection required to give him that second chance.

  13. Ximena Charlie Harleigh

    I the is skipping the mass * of consumerism related to holiday shopping, so I had no dilemma buying normal things I had been planning to collect on my next day off…groceries (quiet at the store…everyone else must been at the mall) and a book my local bookshop ordered for me.

  14. MosesRoderick

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  15. Maya-Miracle

    Separate bedrooms are a must for us (together 10 years), to accommodate different schedules/sleep patterns, snoring/cover hogging, and so everyone has their personal to decorate and escape to as needed.Many people capture that separate rooms will distance in a relationship or down on *, but in fact it can absorb the when you acquire that spaciousness, and cuddle time etc becomes a more conscious, intentional intimacy.

  16. Adam

    The fireplace? Oy. I spent a long day scrubbing it with TSP and a light acid to assume 75 years of soot and an unidentifiable waxy coating on the bricks. Then I re-appled gold leaf to the outer diamonds below the mantel. Apart from color, though, the biggest change was to the bookcases down to their “mission” height.

  17. Deshawn_Immanuel

    I would for a shape/scale this table, although the color of this particular table is too similar to the colors already in the room. I agree with Maxwell that you could with a contrast. I assume the room cries out for an organic-shaped coffee table.

  18. Rowan_Makenzie_Talia

    We are expecting our first in a month, and are planning on using pieces of flannel and water for wipes. I nearly fell out of my chair in the Baby Care Basics class we took offered by our medical provider that they recommended doing the same. In fact, the instructor had all of the “typical” baby products on in the front of the classroom with a X through them, indicating you carry out not need all the chemical products promoted to us for by Johnson and Johnson all these years.

  19. Kyra

    You must really your bed since you honored it with two photos…One thing that caught my was that your furniture appears to be within scale to your apartment. It looks cozy. But golly gosh, I really wonder where all your stuff is stored.

  20. Conner-Reuben

    KUDOS to the couple! Your succeeds in celebrating MCM without being kitchy, retro, or stale. Also, kudos to AT for finally having a house tour that forced me to log in and comment!

  21. Savannah-Bethany

    I “ditty bags” aka “dry bags” aka “compression bags” from the camping department for packing. A one for unmentionables, a one for dirty clothes, and another one if I am traveling with swimwear. The bags are waterproof and odorprooof, and you can compress them down so that everything fits better into your suitcase.

  22. Mikayla

    I to agree with most of the posters – West Elm furniture is cute for show, but not the best quality. I the white laquer parsons desk, and the is damaged SO easily. I also bought a rug from West Elm that I love, but the quality is not as high as I it should be for the price. I continue to decor accessories and bedding there (great quality bedding), but will not furniture or rugs again… if you doubts, gape at their facebook page for feedback from customers.

  23. Sutton U.

    Are there window shades or is this a perpetual fish bowl? ;^)Although I the engineering and design, I never been able to work well with features the movable table — having to unlatch and reposition it all the time would bug me a lot. Same with the RV wet room — been there, done that, not cheerful with the concept. All meaning nothing more that what works wonderfully for one person might not for another.Congrats, though, on a and dwelling!

  24. Lawrence Sam Leandro

    Glidden Eternal Beige for the walls and Belgium Lace for the trim. I flipped lots of places in the last 15 years and white is not a thing. There are so many hues and people usually or mix the ones and it can be garish and/or glaring. Painting is cheap, effective and DIY. Flat paint makes walls eye more even (hides flaws). Eggshell for the (not all dapper is in shape.Clean the windows inside and out. Flooring — one trick I was to match the wall color exactly to existing (in condition only) lighter shades of neutral carpeting or flooring — makes the eye huge. out almost everything and it in storage so someone can imagine themselves there.

  25. Autumn Phoenix Michaela W.

    Egad, fair add another 30 stories of offices and condos on top of it, wrap it in retail shops and city customer service windows, and plant a city park (like Post Office Square) on the gaping brick lawn. The amount of teeth-grinding over this is nauseating.

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