Bring the summer joy into your place with coastal decor. Here you will find 44 coastal living room design ideas that you may like. We chose beautiful examples from popular interiors and home stylists.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by Matthew Carter
2Designed by Heather Scott Home & Design
3Designed by Sarah Bartholomew
4Blue Hues of The Sea
The coastal style brings the freshness and calmness of the sea and sky. Therefore, using blue hues in a living room mimics the beach vibes.
5Designed by Brooke Wagner Design
6Designed by Madre Dallas
7Designed by Jocelyn Chiappone
8No Blue, No Problem
You don’t have to use blue. Instead, use lots of white to reflect the sunlight and wicker seating sets to design a lightweight feeling in the room, bringing the holiday atmosphere in.
9Designed by Leandra Fremont-Smith Interiors
10Designed by Jocelyn Chiappone
11Designed by Jocelyn Chiappone
In a more modern coastal setting, using lots of white around the place with big windows would allow the sunlight to shine in and reflect, making the room brighter. Using natural materials such as copper, wood or concrete would add to the naturality of the coastal style.
13Designed by Andrew Howard-Interior Design
14Designed by Donna Elle Design
15Designed by Sarah Richardson
Choosing lightweight, comfortable-looking furniture with natural materials such as canvas, cotton or wood enhances the sea-side ambiance with the help of right color scheme. Opting for curves in furniture instead of sharp edges would also add to the easy-going vibe.
17Designed by Janie Molster Designs
18Designed by Meg Braff Designs
19Designed by Prudence Home, Design
We have continue to share coastal home decor ideas. You can bring in the sea and sky color blue with accents rather than the furniture itself. Using pillows in blue is a great choice while showcasing your beloved chinaware is definitely a way of bringing in an elegant look.
21Designed by Prudence Home, Design
22Designed by Jenny Martin Design
23Designed by Kendall Rabun Interiors
24Blue Under Toned Gray
Instead of the signature color of the coastal style, blue, using gray which has under tones of blue would give the same effect without being bold and bright.
25Designed by Kristina Crestin Design
26Designed by Jocelyn Chiappone
27Designed by Prudence Home and Design
Using unpainted, light wood around the place would enhance the coastal vibes while lightweight and airy curtains would add to the beach-like atmosphere.
29Designed by Lauren McBride
30Designed by Kate, Peony Interior Designs
31Designed by Brooke & Lou
Going all white in a living room is always an option when it comes to the coastal decoration style. The more light being reflected, the brighter the place looks. Additional colors of blue and details of wood add to the natural and comfortable ambiance of the room.
33Designed by Society Social Charlotte
34Designed by Kate, Peony Interior Designs
35Designed by Society Social Charlotte
On a soft blue and white base, using bold colors and patterns would bring the bohemian vibes which only enhances the laid-back feeling of the coastal style while adding character and a bit fun to the place.
37Designed by Randi Garrett Design
38Designed by Prudence Home and Design
Instead of the usual white painted walls, you can opt for dark gray walls and keep the floors white. Choosing light colored furniture like a soft blue sofa would be a great choice to add contrast and help with the beachy vibes.
40Mix It Up
Do not be afraid to mix different styled furniture together. Classical sofas and wicker armchairs put together in a coastal style living room would help to design a welcoming environment with different textures and colors.
Instead of using the traditional color scheme of the coastal style, you can use different colors around the place to make it lively yet bright and fun while bringing the airy vibes with white and blue details around.
42Winter and Summer
While bringing the summer vibes with light colors and blue accents, you can bring the winter vibes with a fireplace and dark wood details, combining them together for a place that is suitable for all seasons.
Peachy walls would carry the warm and soft hues of sand on a beach while contrasted by white window frames and a white sectional. Additional plants would enrich the tropical summer ambiance in the room.
A small living room can still be coastal with blue-gray walls and white sofas decorated with lots of patterned pillows, making it look larger by reflecting light. A fluffy rug in the middle is perfect to design a cozy little room as well.