Are you looking for a way to enhance your home decor with coastal details? The advantage is that you can mix it with other styles, which makes it convenient for every home. Coastal is a highly popular home decor style that is perfect for the summer. It embraces the use of ocean hues, natural materials, and textured fabrics. The soft faded colors accompanied by beach decor will add a relaxed vibe in your home.

If you want to implement this style in your home but not sure how, these coastal home ideas and tips will help you!

Determine The Color Scheme

It is very important that you determine the range of colors first. As soon as you know which colors you want, you will be able to choose the right accessories for your interior. You can pick a combination of different tones of beige and turquoise. This color scheme represents the clear waters and powdery sand, and you will find it very calming. The light colors together with the coastal details will bring the airy feeling in your home.

Or, if you want to add a little bit of contrast go for white and navy blue. This combination will allow you to use red as a nice accent color. Once you know the effect that you want to achieve, you can choose complementary accessories that will be the best fit.


Playing with texture is a great trick that will enhance your beach home decor. Displaying different textures at once will create a feeling of dimension. A sisal rug is that must-have detail that will instantly bring the coastal vibes in the space.

Also, woven rope and twine will do the trick. Think of a rope-framed mirror as a beautiful accessory that will be the right fit. Jute lanterns are one detail that will help you bring texture in an easy way as well. Feel free to play with different coastal-inspired details, that will bring your beach theme decor to a whole new level.


Introducing coastal patterns is a nice way to bring visual interest in the space. You can do this in many different ways. For example, add a striped lumbar pillow on the sofa as an accent. Stripes are a good way to go so incorporate them as small details. You would want to keep them minimal because you don’t want the space to feel overwhelmed.

Beach Wall Art

A nice themed beach wall art will instantly bring the desired coastal vibes in any room. If you are looking for a beautiful mantel anchor, then this would be definitely it. Once it is in place, you can decorate the mantel in the same color scheme for a coherent look.

A beach-inspired statement wall in your living room will add the needed freshness. Creating one seems very easy. Professionals would recommend you to display beautiful beach artwork on the empty wall above the sofa. This is the right spot because it gets full attention. On the other hand, this is the most affordable way to instantly bring the beach vibe in your living room. The Beach At Twilight will be an excellent fit in your coastal living space.

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Your bedroom must be missing a pop of color as well.

Adding beach art will bring visual interest to your space while keeping the atmosphere calm. Keep the colors light and soft, because you don’t need a lift of energy in the room where you sleep. Zanzibar Exotic Holiday is a wise choice, as it has a soft color scheme and feels so relaxing.


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Goodies Straight From The Beach

If gathering shells is your hobby when on a vacation, now is the right time to show off your collection. Use the seashells as vase fillers to enhance your modern coastal space. Before you start, you would want to give them a good cleaning to remove the odor. Some even move forward and use a mixture of bleach and water. This will also remove the salt leftovers on the surface, bringing out the beautiful colors. Once you are done, rub the dried seashells with mineral oil for additional shine. Your seashells are now ready to become a part of your coastal home decor!



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