10 Ways: To Create A Nuetral Coastal Beach House Design

Neutral Tone Coastal Living Room

1. Neutral Range. Keep a room cohesive by sticking to one palette for virtually everything: brown, beige, or another warm neutral.

Neutral coastal living room with textures

2. Natural Woods. Create a light and neutral touch with wood surfaces.

3. Layers of Neutral Textures. Textiles over coverlets, sheepskins on chairs, Moroccan rugs over jute. You can break up the beige canvas with other textures and shades so the eye is never bored. 

4.  Earthy Coastal Accessories. Go neutral with  nature-inspired accents, earthy accessories bring warmth to the room.

Coastal Neutral Muted Master

5. Muted Master. Creamy white coastal covers and bedding always create a luxurious feel. Keep your master bedroom neutral with just a simple pop of color in an accent chair, throw pillow or lamp.

Neutral nautical Living room

6. White Slipcover Seating. A white slipcover sofa provides a blank canvas for patterned pillows. If neutral’s the goal, don’t go overboard with bright prints. Stick to quieter tones. Going neutral doesn’t have to mean boring walls. Search for colorless art such as this natural framed ship print or a driftwood seahorse.

Unique shapes with natural rattan chandelier

7. Unique Shapes. A neutral space can be exciting with creative and unique shapes like a driftwood or teak table base with natural wood twisting or a natural rattan formed chandelier. Unique shapes and elements can make it one of the most vibrant rooms in the house.

8. Off White Walls. Off-white walls can absorb a lot of art without looking chaotic. This is the perfect canvas to display a collection of art or your favorite seashell specimens.

Neutral nautical navy coastal living room

9. Neutral Navy. For a coastal home dominated by a neutral palette navy can fit right in.  In the same way blue denim jeans are a neutral staple in one's wardrobe, the nautical hue can work as a neutral in a room. This coastal living room with navy striped area rug shows how perfect it blends.

Neutral coastal dining room with metallic chandelier

10. A Touch Of Shine. A neutral palette can seem dull without a glimmer of metal. Gold and brass can act like jewelry for a room. The perfect example is this neutral coastal dining room with a beautiful tiered chandelier.

Dare to go nude in your coastal home. Neutrals are often thought to be boring, let us show you how to decorate with neutrals with coastal style.

PHOTO CREDITS:

1. Neutral Nautical Coastal Living Room With Ship Oars

2. Natural Neutral Coastal Woods In Living Room

5. Muted Coastal Master Bedroom

6. White Coastal Slipcover Living Room

7. Coastal Unique Shape Rattan Chandelier 

9. Neutral Nautical Navy Coastal Living Room

10, Neutral Coastal Dining Room with Tiered Chandelier

Comments

December 11
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Juanita Mille
1 month ago
This truly does add a unique look to any coastal decor! Never thought of using these! What a great idea...thanks for sharing!
Daniela Lunkenbein
8 months ago
Hi, I really love your DIY wind chime
Daniela Lunkenbein
8 months ago
Hi, I really love your DIY wind chime
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