12 Coastal Color Palettes for Beach Inspired Decor

The Best Color Design for Coastal Designing

Soothing hues inspired by sunshiny days invested beach will instill a space with that beachy feeling– even if the closest coastline is many miles from house. To help you record the spirit of summertime in your house all year, here are the breeziest color combos for coastal-inspired decorating.

Beachy Blue Colors

Carolyn Thayer Interiors designed this seaside home situated in Nantucket, a captivating beach town and one of the islands of Massachusetts. In the master bedroom, watery tones of blue are combined with sun-bleached white. Wood and rope furnishings in natural tones lend contrast. The fern plant in the basket on the flooring adds a pop of greenery.

Cape Cod Beach Home

Warm creams, natural wood tones, pale turquoise, and lemon yellow are the colors that offer this Cape Cod beach home by Alys Style its distinctive seaside look.

Seafoam Green

Seafoam green is another winning seaside color. In this oceanfront house by the design team at Laurel and Wolf, the walls were painted seafoam green by Benjamin Moore. Glass seafoam tiles by Tile Bar dress up the fireplace. The soft watery hue pairs wonderfully with furnishings in natural tones. For added color, the sofa was complemented with pastel accent pillows.

Sea Glass Blue

The soft frosted appearance of blue-green sea glass inspired this bedroom in a beach house by Carolyn Thayer Interiors. Accents in refreshing shades of teal stand apart against the natural wood floorings, sky blue walls, and crisp white furniture. The ceiling light embellished with rope and the hanging rattan chair by Serena and Lily boosts the space’s summery ambiance.

Natural Tones and Nautical Blue

The designers at Homepolish provided this casual room a seaside vibe by mixing nautical blue accents with a natural wood dining set and a natural toned jute rug.

Retro Inspired Tropical Beach House

In this Hawaiian house by Havenly, tropical tones change a seaside cottage into a retro-inspired beach pad. Amazing yellow, appetizing orange, electrical pink, and a mix of ocean blues pour on the eclectic charm

Navy Blue for Seaworthy Drama

Soft furnishings and wall art in navy blue lends seaworthy drama to this seaside living room by Carolyn Thayer Interiors. The walls were painted 2 different shades by Benjamin Moore: white sand and designer white. The natural wood floors and unpainted trim balanced out the navy blue furnishings.

Include a Splash of Tangy Yellow

This summery restroom by Younique Designs blends flickers of yellow with relaxing blue-green shades. Painted wood tiles by Mirth Studios comprise the colorful backsplash. The white shiplap walls include contrast. The turquoise tiles covering the walls and floor in the shower contributes to the space’s seaside ambiance.

Tone on Tone Living Room

Geoff Chick and Associates developed this tone on tone living-room by layering different shades of white and tan with warm natural wood tones. The glass chandelier with transparent blue beads lends a dash of calming color.

Fish Scale Tile in Ocean Hues

Create a beachy keen area with colorful fish scale tile. A mermaid motivated backsplash in different ocean shades offers this white kitchen by interior designer Michelle Gage a nautical feel.

Nautical Blue, Kelly Green, and Yellow Pear

Kelly green, nautical blue, and yellow pear cheer up this coastal-inspired den by Noelle Interiors. The neutral walls, which are a shade called shaker beige by Benjamin Moore, set the stage for the vibrant hues. The finishing touch is the electrifying browse club indication.

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