35 Laidback COASTAL Living Room Design Ideas

How to Create a Laidback and Relaxing Space

Coastal living rooms are inspired by the beauty and tranquility of the sea, the sand, and the sky. They feature a light and airy color palette, natural materials, and comfortable furniture that invite you to sit back and enjoy the view.

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Whether you live by the ocean or not, you can create a coastal living room that feels like a vacation retreat with these simple tips and ideas.

Choose a Coastal Color Scheme

The first step to creating a coastal living room is to choose a color scheme that reflects the hues of the beach. Think of whites, creams, beiges, grays, blues, and greens that evoke the feeling of sand, water, and sky. You can also add pops of coral, turquoise, or yellow for some contrast and interest. Avoid dark or saturated colors that can make the space feel heavy or gloomy.

Use Natural Materials and Textures

Another key element of coastal living rooms is the use of natural materials and textures that add warmth and character to the space. Wood, rattan, jute, sisal, linen, and cotton are some of the common materials that you can find in coastal furniture, rugs, curtains, pillows, and accessories. These materials create a cozy and casual atmosphere that is perfect for relaxing and entertaining.

Mix and Match Patterns

To add some personality and flair to your coastal living room, don’t be afraid to mix and match patterns that complement your color scheme and theme. Stripes, checks, florals, geometrics, and abstracts are some of the patterns that you can use to create a layered and lively look. You can also use nautical motifs, such as anchors, shells, fish, or boats, to bring some coastal charm to your space.

Incorporate Coastal Accessories and Artwork

The final touch to your coastal living room is to accessorize it with items that remind you of the beach and the sea. You can display seashells, starfish, driftwood, coral, or sea glass in bowls, jars, trays, or baskets. You can also hang artwork, photos, or posters that feature coastal scenes, landscapes, or animals. Alternatively, you can use surfboards, oars, buoys, or lanterns as wall decor or statement pieces.

Examples of Coastal Living Rooms

To inspire you further, here are some examples of coastal living rooms that you can find in the newly uploaded video “35 Laidback COASTAL Living Room Design Ideas”:

A coastal living room with a denim sectional, white walls, light wood accents, and surfboards as wall decor.

A coastal living room with a navy and beige color scheme, floor-to-ceiling built-ins, a leather sectional, and a patterned area rug.

A coastal living room with a round driftwood coffee table, a blue sectional, swivel chairs, and a marble effect rug.

A coastal living room with a white and gray color scheme, a modern brass coffee table, cane chairs, and a cactus in the corner.

A coastal living room with a vaulted ceiling, a fireplace, a rattan sofa, a striped rug, and a gallery wall.

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