11 Beautiful Beach House Living Room Ideas – Mom ThrivesMart 20, 2021
Of all the different types of home decor, there is one decorating option that just doesn’t seem to go out of style. If anything, it just keeps getting better and better. This is beach and seaside decor.
Beach decor is just as popular today as it was 20 years ago when I first tried the look in my teenage room. I still love the look and will happily spend hours looking through pictures of houses with this decorating style.
Instead of just hoarding all of my favorite rooms on a Pinterest board, I’ll share what I found. Make sure you click the source link under each image to see these wonderful beach house living room ideas as well, as there is so much more to see in each post.
Beach house living room ideas
Here are 11 living rooms you might want to draw ideas from to create your own unique beach house look.
While most of the blues that come to mind in beach decor are mostly turquoise or aqua, The Happy Housie shows us that we can use other blues. The denim blue in the curtains and the light French blue in the pillows go perfectly with the aqua accents and the light blue coffee table.
Anna Burke Interiors
The dark blue and sky blue accents are perfect in this coastal space. The rattan chairs, the woven baskets and the driftwood lamp create a perfectly cozy beach house feeling. I especially like the mix in textures with the layered carpets.
Nest with grace
Here you can see a nice mix of modern, traditional, and beach decor to create the perfect living space. The more abstract art, the sleek lines on the bookshelves, and the white, clean coffee table give this space an update. The seashells, blues, and woven carpet are perfect beach accents.
Isabella Patrick Design
Nothing says beach house like a nice hammock in the living room. I can imagine stretching out in this hammock with a nice book and opening all the windows for a day of self-care.
Getting a coastal vibe in your home doesn’t mean you have to clutter it with ropes and seashells, and this living room proves it. Reclaimed wood beams give this otherwise modern living room a strong coastal feel. The deep blue, white walls, and patterned ottoman make for a more contemporary take on the beach decor.
This living room is a fantastic minimalist approach to beach decor. White furniture paired with blue accents and the retention of other elements in natural tones give a living room a cozy, uncluttered atmosphere.
Shiplap walls can instantly make a room feel like a beach house by adding a living wood coat piece, coral wall hangings, and palm trees and you have the perfect modern beach house living room of your own.
One Kin Design
This is a great living room for a family as it has plenty of comfortable seating. While the dark blue couches are the obvious focal point of the room, I like how the ship’s hatch is placed both vertically and horizontally to make the room look bigger and add a bit of interest to the walls.
Better houses and gardens
The beach decor works well in rooms with lots of natural light. This room blends traditional furniture styles with some wicker, blue, and some coastal accents. Note that the starfish and seashells on the table will help tie everything together.
This living room looks like it could be right on the Mediterranean coast, with the mirror on the mantle and the tiles around the fireplace taking on that Mediterranean style. The addition of wicker hanging chairs and a natural fabric rug creates a beach feel.
Design Matters Blog
This room has a lot of different styles that come into play here. The round is more industrial, the carpet is traditional, the table is modern. However, the wicker basket, pieces of driftwood, and deep blue accents make this space feel perfect for a beach house.
Beach House living room
Decorating with beach decor doesn’t mean that all you have to do is stick to the beach decor in your room. As you can see in all of the examples above, you can combine beach decor with almost any other style to create the space of your dreams.
Which room was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below. Follow us on Pinterest to find out more and pin this to your favorite beach decor boards.