With spring just around the corner, a trip to a warm coast is sure to be on many people’s minds. One of my favorite design styles is coastal, which is interiors inspired by living on the water whether it be an ocean or a lake. The spirit of these spaces is always very natural and fresh. Even if you don’t live on a coast, there is no reason you can’t have a room inspired by it, even in a subtle way. It’s nice to bring the spirit of the coast back home with you. A great place to apply this wonderful style is in a bedroom. The coast has a naturally relaxing vibe, which is perfect for a bedroom retreat as that’s usually a place you want to unwind in after a long day. Here are various ideas for coastal bedrooms from traditional to contemporary and other styles in between.
This hotel room captures coastal chic with a contemporary flair. It is gender neutral and upscale without being fussy.
For a country coastal look, include rustic wood, vintage pieces, and homespun patterns.
Traditional meets coastal in this comfortable bedroom full of rich textures and charming accents.
A soft blue pairs beautifully with the white-washed wood paneling to create a serene coastal bedroom.
A striped yellow area rug adds some sunshine to this elegant coastal retreat, popping off the grey and neutral tones.
Natural textures and interesting shapes give this bedroom a unique coastal vibe. The room dividers give it a hint of elegance.
A raffia bed and a framed gallery wall create a fantastic focal point in this casual-elegant bedroom. Accents of blue and green give life among the natural tones and textures.
Clean lines and white linens give this bedroom a breezy tropical feel. Black furniture and wood accents contribute a mix of contemporary and natural elements.
This bedroom has a nautical flavor from the color scheme of white and navy blue to a bed made of hand-woven natural sea grass.
Elements inspired by the lake adorn this bedroom in an artistic way from the canoe hanging from the ceiling to the crossed paddles over the bed.
Could you use a little relaxing coastal spirit in your own bedroom?