13 Coastal Style Bedroom Ideas You’ll Love

Do you want to bring the beach style into your house in a modern way? Bright aqua, seashells, and fishing nets are out, and instead, home decor experts are embracing neutral tones, light blues, and plenty of natural light. It’s easy to bring this style into all parts of your home; you can even find modern coastal style bedroom ideas!

It’s fun to use this coastal decor theme to create new sleeping spaces. Whether you want to decorate your guest bedroom or master bedroom, you can use these ideas.

As we continue to renovate our home, I’m using these ideas for inspiration. I love the neutral tones, especially when they’re layered together. It’s possible to have the beach vibes without feeling like you’re stepping back into the 90s again!

Here are some ways to make your bedroom have the coastal style; use these ideas to create your own dream space.

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13 Coastal Style Bedroom Ideas

Neutral Color Palette

Modern coastal is all about the neutral color palette and natural tones. It doesn’t have to be as boring as you might think; layering different tones together looks gorgeous while still keeping that peaceful feeling.

The focal point of this bedroom is the tufted low profile platform bed frame and the light blue rug with fringe – I love it!

Another look in this coastal bedroom that I like are the ceramic table lamps. Pottery Barn sells these same lamps in darker colors as well.

Here is another example of a coastal bedroom with a natural color palette. The thick knitted blanket on the end of the bed gives a cozy feel to the room.

End tables are a must-have in your coastal bedroom; try tables made with natural, light wood. Grab one of these Sausalito nightstands!

Cane Headboard

Cane is one of the classic materials of the coastal style, and this Harbour Cane Bed from Serena & Lily brings just the right beach style to your bedroom. Toss on some textured pillows and a cozy throw blanket.

Another element of this bedroom that I like is that natural, texturized carpet. The color is perfect for any theme, but it goes well with the coastal style!

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If you love the Harbour Cane Bed, it also comes in white! This color makes the bed pop even more, and I like the soft blue pillows.

The blue rug under the white frame looks great together, along with the wicker floor mirror and palm leave tree in the corner. Pops of green make the small space feel more airy.

Tones of Blue Color Palette

If you aren’t all about the neutral tones, bring some tones of blue into your space. It doesn’t have to be bright blue; sometimes, all you need is a few light blue lamps or light blue throw pillows to bring that beachy theme to life in your bedroom.

I love that beaded chandelier and big picture window that brings in plenty of natural light!

Blue also can come into your coastal bedroom in other ways.

Try a light blue arm chair with a matching ottoman for a cozy reading spot. Grab a blue chest of drawers instead of the traditional wood dresser. Spread a light blue quilt over your bed.

Be creative with how you bring the color into your space!

Wicker Seating

If you have space in your bedroom, consider creating a seating area. This can be a place where you relax or talk to your spouse before bed or in the morning with a cup of coffee.

If you don’t have space, this wicker bench looks great the foot of your bed. Add a few throw pillows and a throw blanket. The large brass chandelier brings a contemporary element into the bedroom.

Chandelier as a Focal Point

You can see this same wicker bench in this coastal bedroom and pretty blue throw pillows. The oriental rug adds splashes of muted color to this room.

The beaded chandelier is the center of interest for this room; it adds a touch of elegance to the space along with modern side lamps and sheer curtains. This room feels bright and vibrant.

Matching Bedroom Sets

Matching bedroom sets belong in modern coastal style bedrooms. This dresser matches the coastal side tables. It creates a uniform, natural look.

There is a lot to love about this space.

The oriental-style rug under the bed brings softness to the space along with wicker baskets, plenty of gorgeous throw pillows, and thick blankets.

Four Poster Bedframes

Who doesn’t love gorgeous four poster beds? This canopy bed frame has a darker yet muted wood tone that looks great with the matching wooden bench at the bottom of the bed.

The bed is part of the farmhouse collection, so you can grab matching nightstands and chest of drawers.

Check out those hardwood floors!

The light tone goes well with the sheer, floor-length curtains that allow plenty of light in frost all the windows. The simple tree between the window adds just the right amount of greenery to this space.

Here is another example of a four poster bed in a coastal style bedroom – perfect for a master bedroom. A beachy bedroom can still have classic choices like big beds and shiplap walls.

Another thing to notice is that not all the furniture has to match – look at the night stands. They’re different; coastal also means relaxed not sterile.

Natural Materials & Jute Rug

Serena & Lily created this inspiring coastal bedroom with the braided rug, wicker pendant lighting, and fun pops of blue. The Tall Hyde Bed is a unique focal point, featuring blue spirals on the sides and headboard.

Who doesn’t love the bright blue bench? It gives you a seating place in your room with extra interest along with the backless bench at the foot of the bed.

This beach-themed bedroom is one of my favorites. I even love the wallpaper; it looks similar to paneling but modern and light. Don’t forget the light hardwood floor that runs in the opposite direction of the wallpaper.

Here’s another awesome coastal themed bedroom with a gorgeous spiral jute rug. The fringed bedding adds a boho-look for this room along with the all-white bedding. The Harbour Cane headboard gives the space more natural elements, perfect for the coastal vibe.

The decor is simple; a few glass jars with some palm leaves and seashells bring the beach into your room.


It’s fun to add the coastal theme to your bedroom; all you need is some coastal furniture and nautical theme decor. Grab some accent pieces and cozy blankets, and you will love this new space after a long day.

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