If you love a sandy beaches, then coastal and beach decor is right for you. Having a coastal and beach decor is a good way to add a beach feeling to your house without having to leave home to go to the beach. This style is so light and airy. When talking about this style, driftwood and wicker are the main materials that you need to prepare. Take a look at some of ideas below to inspire your own coastal and beach decor for your home.
Consider to bring the wicker furniture inside to create a coastal vibe just like the picture above. The curved design elevates it and makes it very right for a tropical space.
Liven up your space with vibrant citrus and pair it with the whitewashed pine wall paneling. Add a frame fabric scraps for instant artwork.
Curve your enthusiasm with the vibrant tropical patterns just like the picture above.
A chic pagoda lamp, and tonal palm wallpaper to bring the tried-and-true blue to a whole new level of fun.
Blue’s calming effect makes it a natural fit for beach houses. Try to pick a shade that really complements the details; avoid picking one color that comes off as either too weak or out of place altogether.
6. Pastel Party
This pastel throw pillow bring the vintage sectional up to coastal code. The subtle metal finishes will add just the right touch of glam.
This leafy patterned valances in the twin guest room mimic the feel of sleeping under a canopy of Bahamian foliage.
Bring the eclectic pieces to your space to feel extra homey. Try to swap out textiles regularly to keep your space feel fresh.
Keep the fabric patterns in your space as minimal as you can and put a greater focus on varied textures, so your eye does not bounce all over the place.
Use mosaic glass in seaside colors to frame your fireplace, and a row paintings depicting palm fronds against cloud-strewn skies to bring the breeze indoors.
11. Use Watery Hues
Lighten up your interiors with white paint. Add some accessories that bring the color of the ocean into your space just like the picture above.