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Striped Outdoor Coastal Living Room

Whether they adorn a beachside front porch or a landlocked patio, striped draperies add an instant poolside atmosphere to an outdoor space. To further earn your stripes outside, look to other interior flourishes such as striped rugs and throw pillows.

Coastal dining room with cabana stripes

Strike the perfect balance between formal and fun with a mix of bold and subtle stripes in the dining room. Here, a two-tone rug makes a classic, coastal statement underfoot, while slightly wavy lines bring softness to chair backs and subtly echo ocean waves.

Coastal living room with striped furnishings

Cozy, layered living rooms with Slipcover Furnishings are the perfect opportunity to show your stripes—lots of 'em! To keep the look more all-American than all over the place, stick to a classic, streamlined color scheme like the red, white, and blue shown in this cozy space. 

Sunny yellow and white stripe tiled bathroom

Striped Tile Patterns In The Bathroom Or Kitchen

Simple, solid-color subway tiles get a stylish overhaul when arranged in a fresh stripe pattern. The yellow and white combo shown here in this sunny Cape Cod cottage ups the cheer factor with a sunny, Cabana-like vibe. 

Painted wall stripes

Wall Painted Stripes or a stripe wallpaper can create this same coastal chic effect. Boathouse style navy and white stripes add a bold coastal touch to this classic beach house living room with slipcover navy sofa piped in contrasting white.

Coastal chic living room

 Striped Throws laid across an ottoman can add that little extra touch of beachy style the rooms needs. The beachy blue stripe area rug paired with classic stripe throw pillows is the perfect balance of coastal design.

Stripe painted stairs

 Stripe Painted Stairs. A simple stripe design on your stairwell can create a coastal chic vibe in the most unexpected places.

Stripe painted coastal furniture and lighting

 Stripe Painted Furniture like beach cottage chests or headboards can add a whimsical touch in any coastal bedroom.

 Striped Table Lamps like these subtle strie aqua lamps are an easy way to add some interest to a bedroom.

10 design tips for decorating with coastal stripes. How to add coastal stripes to your beach house design with style.

PHOTO CREDITS:

Coastal Outdoor Living Room With Cool Striped Pattern Design Photo: Lisa Romerein

Coastal Stripe Aqua Area Rug In Beach House Dining Room Photo Courtesy of Kravet

Coastal Living Room With Striped Furnishings Photo: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Striped Tile In Bathroom Photo by David Land

Coastal painted wall stripes in Living Room

Coastal Chic Living Room with Stripes Rita Chan Interiors.

Stripe Painted Stairs  Photo: Tria Giovan

Stripe Bedroom Painted Furniture Photo: Annie Schlechter

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

Coastal Bedroom Resort Style With Lounge Seating And Drapes

1. Dress Your Windows.

Most hotels and resorts use blackout-lined curtains for the perfect night’s sleep. Dress your windows up with coastal style but make sure you don't block those ocean panoramic views. Fabric panels or curtains can be the design icing on your cake, they can really dress up your bedroom with big coastal impact.

2. Create A Lounge Space. 

The master bedroom deserves a coastal lounge area to enjoy. Create your resort style design with an upholstered bench at the foot of your bed or a slipcovered chaise or chairs in the corner to sink into with a good book. 

3. Comfy Coastal Bedding.

Fold lush coastal bedding down at the foot of the bed to create a fluffy pop of color. Pair your duvet  or luxurious ticking comforter with coastal white bedding for a clean resort style look. Throw on a few coastal accent pillows to complete the design. 

Island Charm Coastal Bedroom

4. Add A Touch Of Island Charm.

Mosquito netting can transform your bedroom into an resort retreat and add a touch of island charm.  Take your coastal bedroom from basic to an island resort in one step. If You're not a fan of netting try incorporating other island elements, like rattan furniture and bright colors.

5. Mirror Mirror On The Wall. 

Hang a beautiful coastal mirror over the bed to create an island resort feel and a beach resort design. 

Sea Inspired Beaded Chandelier, Driftwood Wall Hanging and Slipcover Bed In Coastal Bedroom

6. Driftwood Accents.

Nothing speaks the seaside language quite like driftwood.  A piece of weathered and worn island treasure can give your bedroom that little piece of ocean resort style it was needing.

7. Sea Inspired Lighting.

A large coastal chandelier hanging in the center of your bedroom will add that island resort touch while creating a lighting ambiance that will get you in the island mood.

8. Set The Lighting Mood With This Lighting Tip.

Lighting is the easiest and most effective way to create a resort-worthy atmosphere. Lamplight casts a softer, more inviting glow than harsh overhead lighting. To soften chandeliers and pendants, install dimmers for the perfect amount of light day and night.

9. The Slipcover Life.

A piece of slipcover furniture sends the message of casual coastal retreat. With just one slipcover piece of furniture you can create that laid back relaxing resort feel you get from traveling to an island resort. This Montauk slipcover bed is a great example of casual island design.

10. A Serene Coastal Color Scheme.

Pick a palette that makes you want to unwind. Blues, greens, whites, and neutrals are go-to beach hues for good reason: they’re known to induce relaxation.

Create your own island resort style oasis bedroom with these 10 great design ideas. 10 Ways you can create your own resort worthy bedroom

PHOTO CREDITS:

Coastal Bedroom Resort Style With Lounge Seating And Drapes Photo: Peter Frank Edwards; Styling: Ginny Branch

Coastal Bedroom Island Charm With Mosquito Netting Photo: Annie Schlechter; Stylist: Liz Strong

Sea Inspired Chandelier In Coastal Bedroom With Slipcover Bed By Our Boat House

Soooooooooo beautiful!!! I love it!!!
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Love the beauty of seaglass,what a fantastic way to display it!!!! An love the ombre effect!!!
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LOVE THESE KITCHENS
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