10 Ideas For The Perfect Beach House Decor

10 Ideas For The Perfect Beach House Decor

Getting a beach house means more than just setting a foundation next to a shore and calling it a day. Nothing is stopping you from doing that, obviously, but we’re just saying that this is a perfect opportunity to build the ideal coastal world starting from this concept. If you want to feel every day like you are waking up amid seashells, seahorses, and mermaids, then we have some ideas and suggestions for a beach house decor that might help you create the perfect picture.

#1 Marine Color Palette

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If you’re unsure about the color palette most suitable for the indoor decoration of the house, then you can opt for a safe bet – the marine chromatic. Smash together crisp whites with royal blues to instantly transport any guests to the heart of the ocean. It’s an easy concept to follow and it’s equally eye-catching!

#2 Surfer Aesthetic

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If you also happen to be an avid surfing lover, then you can certainly showcase this through your design choices. Hang your surf board next to the door, fill the walls with thematic posters, and complete the tableau with palm-tree images. There are many places you can turn to for some inspiration, so get those gears going!

#3 Sea Creatures Everywhere

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You can never go wrong with displays of sea life when trying to make your house scream “beach and sea.” Take the example of the décor above. The shelves are filled with various decorations that represent everything from fish to starfish and crabs. The best part about it is that it goes all-out with the vibes by also embellishing them in nautical colors like white, blue, and red.

#4 It’s All in the Details

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It’s not just the color of the walls or the patterns on your bed sheets that matter. Sometimes, the biggest difference can be made the little things. Take a look at that incredibly cute and creative nautical lantern above and say that it doesn’t instantly make you think of the extraordinary realms underneath the waves.

#5 A Picture of a Thousand Words

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Depending on what you choose to embellish your walls with, you can give off some vibes that drastically differ. The picture above depicts a set of photographs that flaunt the life at sea at its finest. Boats lined up hang alongside an ominous whale tail and the black-and-white thematic surround it with an eerie air of oldness and peace. You can thoroughly experiment with these ideas, though, and opt for something brighter and more colorful if you want your home to feel like a sunny vacation day at the seaside.

#6 Light and Breezy

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“Light and breezy” are one way to go about it. Similarly to how you can go with the bold clash between white and royal blue, you can rid yourself of a secondary color altogether. Go with a single color and splatter it all over the room with a slight variety of shades here and there.

The chamber above wholly embraced the marine turquoise and managed to create a stunning image that reminds of the corals swaying to the currents at the bottom of the ocean. Keep it simple, preferably go with pastels, and the luminosity of these hues are going to make your room feel spacious, breezy, and relaxing.

#7 The Nautical Color Scheme

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We’ve already mentioned it before, but it’s about time that we explore it. If you seek to capture the beach vibes as a whole, then… well, don’t go full nautical. It’s an immediate instinct to think of sailors, ships, and days spent in the middle of the ocean when these colors clash with our sights. There’s little to no beach involved, but the combination is so bold and descriptive that guests would immediately understand why you’ve chosen to go with it.

Fill your house with combinations of red, white, and blue, with little variations of the two core colors. The bolder it is the better the impact.

#8 Go with Louvered Doors

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Don’t you also instantly think of a beach house when you see louvered doors? Because we certainly do. They were essentially made for this environment, mostly because of the incredible lightning they can provide curtsy of the sunlight pooling through the open spots in the doors selectively. If you are worried about the safety of your home, then attach the louvered doors to your balcony instead. They work way better with balconies, anyway.

#9 Don’t Fear the Coastal Motifs

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Although some may be a tad reluctant to blend coastal motifs into literally anything, this is something you can actually do without worries. The carpet shown above is a great example of that. Moreover, you can go even further and opt for furniture items that flaunt similar patterns. They can be anything from the octopus shape showed above to starfish, sea life creatures, or even little bubbles.

#10 Make a Mirror Seaworthy

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As we’ve established, the difference can be in the little things. It’s not seldom when mirrors tend to be central decorative pieces in any environment. After all, most of us are subconsciously drawn to them and we spend a certain average amount of time in front of them. This is why you can make sure to make a statement by making the mirror the queen in the room. Outline it with a frame that’s filled with shells and other marine motifs and you are certain to earn yourself an instant beach vibe.

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