15 Beach Cottage Decor Ideas Full of Coastal Charm
There’s no need to reside in a coastal home to introduce a seaside atmosphere to your home. The simple, straightforward style is suitable for any home space, including the kitchen and dining room, bath, living room, bedroom or living room, laundry room, and more. Whether you’ve always dreamed of being the coast-side mother or living in an old shack on the beach, look over these spaces to help design your beach cottage paradise, no matter the location you reside in.
Use Weathered Finishes
It’s a Cape Cod fisherman’s cabin from Alfredo Paredes Studio that is rustic, with blue-and-white highlights, along with weathered components like a pair wear furniture French lounge chairs, which blend perfectly with the gorgeous oceanfront view.
Make It Modern
The coastal kitchen by Emily Henderson Design is a bright palette of whites and navy blue that blends with natural hardwood floors and ceiling beams painted with gold-toned accents and contemporary accessories that feel modern and not too shabby.
Honor the View
The design featured in this Canadian beachfront home by Michelle Berwick Interiors enhances the view of the ocean without being over. Even if it’s not visible from the water from your bed, This subtle approach to coastal decor that uses minimalist furniture, shades of white and blue, and natural elements can be incorporated into any space to create an airy, comfortable feel.
Add a Striped Rug
The dining area of the Southampton, New York, surfing village home designed by Becca Interiors is supported by a vast rug striped like a sailboat. The painted shiplap wall panels, furnishings with lighter wood tones, and natural elements like wicker pendant lighting add a classic coastal style that can be used in any setting.
Keep It Minimal
This Maine kitchen by Tyler Karu Design + Interiors is a sleek minimalist version of the coastal design, featuring white painted shiplap walls, unfinished windows and deep blue cabinetry in the lower part, and stylish silver-toned accents.
Mix It Up
The Sag Harbor, New York living space by Allison Babcock Design is a natural coastal look thanks to its ceiling beams that are rustic white walls and a mix of eclectic furniture and décor.
Add Themed Wallpaper
The walls of the bright laundry room by Emily Henderson Design are painted in blue wave-like wallpaper with white kitchen appliances and painted doors with hooks to hold everything you require to clean those sand floors.
You can play with Gray Tones
This Maine coast powder room with a beachy theme by Tyler Karu Design + Interiors is a weathered wooden sink vanity with an emerald-blue finish. It is enhanced by soft gray wallpaper that has subtle nautical rope patterns. Mirrors with bevels and marble countertops complement the warm color scheme.
Keep It Simple
Nothing says beach like blue and white stripes. In this bright and light living space by Emily Henderson Design, A cozy sectional in off-white is scattered with casually arranged pillows. Simple art and ceilings painted with shiplap add a casual and beachy look.
Hang Vintage Coastal-Themed Art
The breakfast area in the breakfast nook in this Southampton, New York beach cottage by Becca Interiors is decorated with framed coastal-themed artwork that adds a bit of kitsch to a room filled with old-fashioned wood furniture as well as a cozy banquette, covered in neutral shades.
Add Bohemian Design-Inspired Touches
The small laundry room of Casa Watkins Living features a blue and white coastal palette, with bohemian-inspired design elements such as boldly patterned wallpapers and pendant light with a woven design that keeps it lively.
Add a Spa Vibe
This bathroom by Emily Henderson Design is a relaxing beach-style spa with an easygoing atmosphere, thanks to its soft blue walls, built-in benches, white open shelves filled with fresh towels, and a warm hardwood hanging pegboard in the wall to hang the towels and robes.
Hang a Gallery Wall
The cozy bedroom with a beachy theme by Michelle Berwick Interiors includes a warm quilt, a set of light fixtures made of woven fabric, and a modest display wall mounted on the shiplap wall above the bed instead of an actual headboard.
Blue hues on The Kitchen backsplash and island, crisp white cabinets with built-in drawers, and light wood flooring and accents provide a coastal beach cottage style to this house located in the heart of downtown Portland, Maine, from Tyler Karu Design + Interiors.
Paint the Ceiling Beams
In this coastal living space located in Nantucket, Massachusetts, from Allison Babcock Design, shiplap walls and ceiling beams that are painted give a unique look to the white interior. The mix of furniture and décor made of natural materials such as wood and rattan, vibrant colors of blue, and built-ins adorned with books and objects provide a relaxing and coastal feel that can be applied to any room.