- The Best Color Schemes for Coastal Decorating-Calming hues inspired by sunshiny days spent seaside will infuse a space with that beachy feeling — even if the nearest shoreline is many miles from home. To help you capture the spirit of summer in your abode year round, here are the breeziest color combos for coastal-inspired decorating.
- Beachy Blue Colors-Carolyn Thayer Interiors designed this seaside home located in Nantucket, a charming beach town and one of the islands of Massachusetts. In the master bedroom, watery shades of blue are combined with sun-bleached white. Wood and rope furnishings in natural tones lend contrast. The fern plant in the basket on the floor adds a pop of greenery.
- Cape Cod Beach House-Warm creams, natural wood tones, pale turquoise, and lemon yellow are the colors that give this Cape Cod beach house by Alys Design its distinctive seaside appearance.
- Seafoam Green-Seafoam green is another winning coastal color. In this oceanfront home by the design team at Laurel and Wolf, the walls were painted seafoam green by Benjamin Moore. Glass seafoam tiles by Tile Bar dress up the fireplace. The soft watery hue pairs beautifully with furniture in natural tones. For added color, the sofa was topped off with pastel accent pillows.
- Sea Glass Blue-The soft frosted look of blue-green sea glass inspired this master bedroom in a beach house by Carolyn Thayer Interiors. Accents in refreshing shades of teal stand out against the natural wood floors, sky blue walls, and crisp white furniture. The ceiling light fixture embellished with rope and the hanging rattan chair by Serena and Lily boosts the room’s summery vibe.
- Natural Tones and Nautical Blue-The designers at Homepolish gave this casual room a seaside vibe by mixing nautical blue accents with a natural wood dining set and a natural toned jute rug.
- Retro Inspired Tropical Beach House-In this Hawaiian home by Havenly, tropical shades transform a coastal cottage into a retro-inspired beach pad. Dazzling yellow, tangy orange, electric pink, and a mix of ocean blues pour on the eclectic charm
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