9 Coastal Bedroom Ideas to Inspire Your Next Room Refresh
Summer is open us and we are all dreaming of sandy shores. Here are nine suggestions for bringing your vacation into your home.
These coastal bedroom ideas blend beachy colors and natural elements for a bright and airy feel.
Recreate the relaxed, stress-free feel of a beachside vacation in your own bedroom. A coastal-inspired bedroom design can bring an airy, open feel to any space, so you can recreate the charm of ocean blue hues and sun-bleached linens without tracking sand through your space.
To help inspire your next room refresh, we’re sharing our favorite coastal bedroom ideas. Whether you’re decorating a beach house or just want to add a breezy feel to your land-locked bedroom, these ocean-inspired decor ideas are easy to recreate. These spaces blend natural textures, rich blues, and nautical touches to bring the relaxing beach-side feeling to you, wherever you are.
One way to create a coastal feel without doing a full bedroom remodel is to add layers of texture and color. Here, the buttery yellow tufted headboard offers a sunny hue, while the styled nightstand holds a shell-textured lamp, abstract art in beach-inspired colors, and gilded heron figurines. Warm taupe walls and white linens allow these colors and textures to stand out without competing for attention.
Coastal Gallery Wall
Repurpose paper maps into a gorgeous and unique wallpaper to add a bit of coastal flair to your room. And just because you have an eye-catching wallpaper doesn’t mean you need to play it safe with the rest of the room. A geometric-print headboard, midcentury-inspired nightstand, and a tiny sailboat all add to the coastal feel.
White Coastal Bedroom
One way to achieve a maritime look is to keep the color palette simple, bringing in brighter hues through texture and art. Here, a dark and weathered headboard looks almost as if it were pulled from the water and restored. Pops of texture, such as the macrame wall hanging, abstract seascape artwork, and patterned throw pillows add interest to the otherwise white bedroom and makes the simple space feel finished and intentional.
Natural Rattan Shades
When designing a coastal bedroom, think about what colors and textures you’d expect to see when you’re at the beach. Consider classic coastal colors like whites, blues, and greens, paired with natural textures like jute or rattan. If you’re not feeling white walls, a crisp yet pale blue paint can bring out the depth of the deeper blue accent colors.
Farmhouse Coastal Bedroom
Coastal decor meets farmhouse style in this stunning yet simple bedroom. Luxe blues and creamy whites dominant the space, but there are some unexpected pops of yellow and red for visual interest. The polished four poster bed adds both a modern and maritime feel to the room.
Designing a costal bedroom doesn’t mean you have to shy away from traditionally glam elements, like this lacquered blue nightstand and studded headboard. When working with a monochromatic color scheme, don’t worry too much about all the shades matching. The nightstand, lamp, and pillows are all varying shades of blue, but they work well together against the all-white backdrop.
Soft Bedroom Rug
A shiplap headboard painted in a light blue shade provides a relaxed, beachside feel to this bedroom and provides a focal point to center the rest of the decor around. A neutral plush rug is reminiscent of sandy beaches, while the bright blue throw pillows mimic sunny skies.