Jun 182014
 

Whether you live near the beach or just love rooms that remind you of the beach, designing a sweet coastal baby nursery is easy to achieve. All it takes is choosing the right color scheme, keeping the room bright and airy, and incorporating the right amount of coastal art and accessories.

seagull wall paper in baby nursery

Blue is the color of choice for most coastal rooms and this baby nursery uses it well. From the beadboard accent wall to the seagull wallpaper to the baby soft blue accessories, baby and parent can both relax with ease.

coastal baby nursery decor ideas

The canvas sail adds a nice coastal touch without overwhelming the wall. Soothing beachy colors and a few added coastal theme accessories add finishing touches to this baby nursery without overdoing a theme

coastal baby nursery with rope decor

How does a neutral nursery take a coastal twist? By using rope adorned lighting and mirror, ship light sconces, sailboat motif on the bedding, weathered look walls…..and of course, a cute little baby whale soft toy.

coastal baby nursery ideas

Use of white and the ever-popular navy blue creates a sophisticated look for this baby nursery. Watercolor sailboats and mounted starfish add the coastal feel in just the right amount.

coastal theme baby nursery storage ideas

A recycled armoire with a fresh coat of milk paint goes two steps more to make it coastal with carefully planned wash of blue and green plus the applied starfish décor. Sweet!

baby nursery coastal theme decor ideas

Besides the soft greens and blues used in the color scheme, the “jellyfish” hanging over the lounge chair add a whimsical coastal touch to the nursery.

Want the beach at your doorstep? Keep it light. Keep it soft. Keep it simple. Then you and your little baby beach bum can relax every day….at the beach or not.

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For all you beach bums who love coastal design, here are a few more posts with ideas:

 

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