Friday, November 11, 2011

Coastal Guestroom Style

Classic Coastal Bedroom

Patterns such as stripes, checks, and plaids create a clean, classic look that will never seem dated.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Gingham Guest Bedroom

Traditional elements, such as quilts, antique wood beds, and gingham fabrics, link this guest bedroom in East Hampton, New York, to its Colonial past, while vibrant hues help it feel fresh and modern.

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.

Blue Guest Retreat

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

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.

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