Breezy Beach Bedroom
Richard Leo Johnson

Breezy Bedroom

A piece of salvaged crown molding serves as a shelf and holds a collection of sea coral above an understated metal bed.


Black cabinet framed by antique tennis rackets.
Photo: Tria Giovan; Designer: Suzanne Kasler

Beach-Inspired Bunk Room

The bunk room is also home to this black cabinet, which houses nautical artifacts and aquatic-themed artwork. Old tennis rackets hang above art, reinforcing the room's sporty theme.


Washable Fabrics
Photo: Deborah Whitlaw

Wash and Wear

All the upholstery, cushions, duvets, and shams can be unzipped and put in the washing machine. Even the white draperies, which billow so romantically when the louvers in the living areas are open, are a linen/polyester blend.


Use extra-long twin beds and a neutral color palette to make this guest bedroom suitable for all ages.
Peter Murdock

Versatile Guest Bedroom

Use extra-long twin beds and a neutral color palette like brown and white to make this guest bedroom suitable for all ages.


When decorating this Mexican hideaway, designer Myra Hoefer wanted the house to look like it had been abandoned years ago, and the sand and sea had swept over it. All of the items in the house would have been washed up from a shipwreck on the beach. “Span
Lisa Romerin

Shipwrecked Style

When decorating this Mexican hideaway, designer Myra Hoefer wanted the house to look like it had been abandoned years ago, and the sand and sea had swept over it. All of the items in the house would have been washed up from a shipwreck on the beach. "Spanish settlers would have brought these beds over with them," Hoefer says of this iron four-poster bed with an almost colonial look to it.

 


Coastal Living Seawatch Idea House
Tria Giovan

Coastal Inspiration

The coastal landscape inspires the decor in this Idea House guest suite. The floral print of the bed linens and the bamboo planking on the bed are subtle references to the coastal landscape.


Beach Suite Master Bedroom
J. Savage Gibson

Beach Suite

Natural materials such as matchstick blinds, bamboo drapery hardware, and a driftwood lamp lend rustic accents to the tailored furnishings.


Kids' Beach Bedroom
Jean Allsopp

Bend the Rules

In kid-friendly spaces, there's no such thing as pattern overload. Combine stripes, polka dots, and prints with chenilles and cottons for a lighthearted look. Pick a two-tone palette, such as green and blue, and use several shades of each hue.


guest room
Coastal Living, Jean Allsopp

Hanging Out

It’s exotic and functional, with fun written all over it!” says the interior designer of the second-floor guest room. Teak platforms suspended from heavy-gauge rope take center stage, while a punchy striped fabric on the wall and Roman shade creates a seamless backdrop. “I don’t use orange often,” the designer says. “But here it provides a surprising pop of color.” Engineered hardwood flooring echoes the rich graining of the bed platforms, and offers tropical-wood appeal at a fraction of the cost. It’s environmentally friendly, too!


In this beachside bunkroom in South Carolina, a pop of solid color against the small-scale print anchors the space while still keeping the mood light and the look cohesive. The rug picks up on the other blues so that the patterns can coordinate, not clash
J. Savage Gibson

Basic Beach Bunkroom

In this beachside bunkroom in South Carolina, a pop of solid color against the small-scale print anchors the space while still keeping the mood light and the look cohesive. The rug picks up on the other blues so that the patterns can coordinate, not clash.


Summery room
Photo: Jeff McNamara

Summertime Room

Lemonade colored walls in this child's room create a summery backdrop for the cool blue and green fabrics.


Anglo-Caribbean design master bedroom
Photo: Deborah Whitlaw

All About the View

To augment the Anglo-Caribbean design, the architect raised the porches and ceilings, adding the all-important transoms, so the residents would have a spectacular view of the ocean from the moment they stepped through the main entry doors.


Palm Bedroom
Photo: Deborah Whitlaw

Palm Haven

In the oceanside bedroom, a palm motif reigns. The accent crops up on neutral bedding, lamps, the rug, even on the finials on the canopy bed.


Pink bed linens balance the rustic wood paneling in this Key West, Florida bedroom. Accents of lime green and turquoise play off of the lush tropical vegetation outside.
Troy Campbell

Pink and Green Bedroom

Pink bed linens balance the rustic wood paneling in this Key West, Florida bedroom. Accents of lime green and turquoise play off of the lush tropical vegetation outside.


Cantilevered frames and a compact design make these bunks a sculptural update on the classic. The lacquered wood finish makes them extra durable, too, to hold up under a stream of sleepover guests. Bedding with modified stripe motifs completes the picture
Lisa Romerein

Boys' Bunk Room

Cantilevered frames and a compact design make these bunks a sculptural update on the classic. The lacquered wood finish makes them extra durable, too, to hold up under a stream of sleepover guests. Bedding with modified stripe motifs completes the picture of camp-style coastal quarters in this Malibu Beach, California, bunkroom.


Plantation shutters and an ornate chest-turned-window seat are classic West Indies refinement. A colorful, quilted bedspread and mosquito net canopy complete this elegant, tropical style.
Annie Schlechter

Seaside Sleep

Plantation shutters and an ornate chest-turned-window seat are classic West Indies refinement. A colorful, quilted bedspread and mosquito net canopy complete this elegant, tropical style.


This eco-friendly master bedroom in Pacific Palisades, California, eliminates all frills and leaves only function. A built-in unit serves as both a headboard and useful storage space. Simple bed linens echo the watery blue of the shore just outside.
Lisa Romerein

Ocean View Oasis

This eco-friendly master bedroom in Pacific Palisades, California, eliminates all frills and leaves only function. A built-in unit serves as both a headboard and useful storage space. Simple bed linens echo the watery blue of the shore just outside.


Soft and hard elements combine in this St. Barts bedroom, defining the luxurious simplicity of West Indies style. The homeowners chose a restrained palette of black, white, yellow, and blue that rests against large white shuttered windows. A dramatic mode
Jean-Philippe Piter

Gothic by the Beach

Soft and hard elements combine in this St. Barts bedroom, defining the luxurious simplicity of West Indies style. The homeowners chose a restrained palette of black, white, yellow, and blue that rests against large white shuttered windows. A dramatic modern Gothic headboard stands out against the peaceful space.


Outfitted with twin beds, lamps, side tables, and folding benches, this guest bedroom uses traditional blues and whites to create a soothing coastal space. Chocolate brown cane-and-rattan headboards add a graphic, tropical touch.
J. Savage Gibson

Symmetrically Styled

Outfitted with twin beds, lamps, side tables, and folding benches, this guest bedroom uses traditional blues and whites to create a soothing coastal space. Chocolate brown cane-and-rattan headboards add a graphic, tropical touch.


Beach Master Bedroom
Lisa Romerein

Light and Bright

The wall behind the master bed is painted pale blue, and the same hue extends to the wall outside. White bed linens and a patch of plush shag carpet make this master bedroom luxurious but understated.


A white guestroom
Richard Leo Johnson

Blue Waves

The designer, Jane, stuck to an all-white palette to make this cottage guestroom feel larger. The wave pattern on the pillow adds a focal point.


Green bedding and view
Photo: Mark Lohman; Stylist: Cynthia Marks

Reflections of the Sea

Strong greens, blues, and yellows reflect the palette of tropical gardens and the sunlit sea that's visible out every window.


alcove bedroom
Photo: Shelley Metcalf

Cozy Alcove

Prints of tankers, starfish, and a model sailboat add a nautical splash to this tailored area.


Just a splash of the unexpected here and there – such as the hot pink bean bag chairs and bold lamps – is a great way to introduce some brightness in an all-white room.
David Tsay

Beachy and Bright Bunkroom

Just a splash of the unexpected here and there – such as the hot pink bean bag chairs and bold lamps – is a great way to introduce some brightness in an all-white room.


Tin palm in master bedroom
Photo: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn; Stylist: Janet Grayson

Solar Flair

In this master bedroom, a tin palm basks in the sunlight.


This master bedroom has an abundance of windows in order to take in coastal views. Large-scale print wallpaper and matching bedding gives the space a cozy feeling, while a woven rug and Roman shades balance the dramatic blue print.
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Blue-and-White Master Bedroom

This master bedroom has an abundance of windows in order to take in coastal views. Large-scale print wallpaper and matching bedding gives the space a cozy feeling, while a woven rug and Roman shades balance the dramatic blue print.


A woven headboard paired with soft green-and-blue bed linens give this master bedroom in Santa Cruz, California, a laid-back, earthy feel.
David Tsay

Peaceful Pieces

A woven headboard paired with soft green-and-blue bed linens give this master bedroom in Santa Cruz, California, a laid-back, earthy feel.


The organic nature of woven accents lends a hint of rustic charm to this white master bedroom in Southern California and keeps things casual by bringing beachy textures indoors. The headboard bears rope detail that references sailing motifs.
David Tsay

Warm, Woven Master Bedroom

The organic nature of woven accents lends a hint of rustic charm to this white master bedroom in Southern California and keeps things casual by bringing beachy textures indoors. The headboard bears rope detail that references sailing motifs.


A nearly 17-foot long headboard hugs the large bed and all who sleep in it. Grass cloth wall coverings lend texture to an otherwise uncluttered master bedroom with enviable views of the Pacific Ocean. For a touch of shimmer, the designer lined the floor o
Dominique Vorillon

Dream Space

A nearly 17-foot long headboard hugs the large bed and all who sleep in it. Grass cloth wall coverings lend texture to an otherwise uncluttered master bedroom with enviable views of the Pacific Ocean. For a touch of shimmer, the designer lined the floor of the rarely used fireplace with broken sea glass.


Island Inspiration
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Island Inspiration

Beach houses should be casual, so don't feel like everything has to match. They can also be a great place to incorporate travel souvenirs into your decor. You'll feel like you're on vacation year-round.


Guest room with Bali bed
Photo: Claudio Santini

Bali Bed

This home's interiors include a mix of custom furnishings, such as this four-poster bed from Bali. Tropical palm, bamboo, and pineapple motifs accessorize the simply furnished guest room.


kid's nautical bedroom
Photo: Deborah Whitlaw

Child's Play

In a child's room, an antique hutch keeps toys and books handy between Nantucket-style twin beds.


Master bedroom on the ground floor
Photo: Claudio Santini

Ground Floor Master Bed

The hand-painted cloth by Lahaina artist Betsy McClintock mimics the banana palms just outside the door of this master bedroom. A television is hidden in the hand-carved chest at the foot of the bed.


Warm wood bedroom
Tria Giovan

Warm Wood Bedroom

Warm wood paneling is the perfect feature for a coastal room. This bedroom has a boat-like varnished finish that also tempers intense sunlight that streams in during the day.


Off the Wall Bedroom
Colleen Duffley

Off The Wall

Let the way you showcase your collectibles be as creative as the items you display.


Master bedroom with coastal, artistic accents
Photo: Jeff McNamara

Coastal Art

A soothing mix of turquoise and lavender frames this master bedroom's stunning ocean views. The seashell side table is a veritable work of art, as are the lighthouse posts for the built-in headboard.


Aqua master bedroom
Tria Giovan

Aqua Master Bedroom

Shades of aqua and seafoam create a luxurious island atmosphere for this master bedroom.  The bed faces pocket doors that open to the pool terrace and a private, intimate sitting nook.


Little boy's bedroom
David Tsay

Little Boy's Bedroom

A coastal beach theme exaggerated with bright greens, cool blues, and earthy browns creates a perfect sanctuary for a little boy in this California beach home.


Masterful beach bedroom
Jonny Valiant

Masterful Beach Bedroom

Whitewashed furniture, like the bedside table and bench at the foot of the bed add soothing casualness to this Seaside, Florida master bedroom. Vaulted, wood-paneled ceilings lend a sense of drama to the room.


Rustic island bedroom
Jean Allsopp

Rustic, Island Bedroom

Wood paneling and a vaulted ceiling gives this Bailey Island, Maine bedroom a cozy, vintage feel. Simple striped bed linens and blue and green accents are playful and suit the coastal setting.


Tropical Punch Bedroom
Celia Pearson

Tropical Punch

Grass skirts make a festive canopy or bed skirt when trimmed. Use a fresh coat of paint to perk up a bedroom, but leave the linens white for balance.


guest bedroom
Photo: Jean Allsopp;

Character Building

A bamboo ceiling, tall white wainscoting, built-in closets with louvered doors, and ocean-blue walls lend character to this guest room.


Master bedroom with French doors
Photo: Alec Hemer; Stylist: John Costello

Breezy Designs

This California home, with no airconditioning, was built with plenty of windows and French doors to let the breezes in.


Various tones of light sandy colors (from the headboard to the drapes) keep the mood calm in the master bedroom of this South Carolina beach home. Super-soft linen duvet covers like this one feel as inviting as they look. The contemporary print of the ben
J. Savage Gibson

Coastal Contemporary Bedroom

Various tones of light sandy colors (from the headboard to the drapes) keep the mood calm in the master bedroom of this South Carolina beach home. Super-soft linen duvet covers like this one feel as inviting as they look. The contemporary print of the bench and throw pillow references the watery surroundings without being clichéd. 

 

 


Muted shades of blue and brown pull together a variety of prints and patterns in this guest bedroom.
Tria Giovan

Blue Guest Retreat

Muted shades of blue and brown pull together a variety of prints and patterns in this guest bedroom.


Color Credo
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Color Credo

Natural wood, white, and black all act as neutrals, so don't be afraid to combine them with a vibrant shade. Let an accent color, such as kiwi green, leave its mark on the space.


Beachy striped bedroom
Lisa Romerein

Beachy Striped Bedroom

Oversize drum shades help to balance the linear walls, headboard, and nightstands in this Laguna Beach bedroom. The bright striped wallpaper look can be achieved with paint by choosing vibrant colors in at least 4-inch-wide stripes.


Beach House Bunk Room
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Beach House Bunk Room

Create a bunk room in an otherwise unusable attic space. Back-to-back beds fit right in this long, narrow room, while the steeply pitched ceiling makes the space cozy for kids.


pencil-post bed
Photo: John O'Hagan

Breezy Room

Off the great room, French doors open to an ethereal bedroom, bedecked in calming neutrals and luxurious fabrics. Above the stove-black, pencil-post bed, a ceiling fan circulates air, adding a seductive breeze that billows the fabric. The fan's durable resin blades, powder-coat finish, and stainless-steel hardware protect it from the damp coastal climate.


Coastal napping spot
Jonny Valiant

Coastal Napping Spot

With built-in storage and a hidden trundle below, this reading nook is an effortless addition to a guest bedroom.


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