5 Ways to Create a Beach Style Bedroom

March 20, 2020

5 Ways to Create a Beach Style Bedroom | Sea Life Cabinet Knobs

5 Ways to Create a Beach Style Bedroom

If you love the beach but don’t live near or on one, no problem. There are plenty of ways you can turn an ordinary bedroom into a beach style space that allows you to relax and unwind from the daily grind. Here at Sea Life Cabinet Knobs, we’ve done some research to help you create a beach style bedroom. Our research has led us to these beach bedroom decor tips.

 1. Consider the Color Scheme

Obviously, a black room won’t make you feel like you’re at the beach. On the other hand, colors like dark blue, turquoise, white, sunny yellow, and light beige will. When painting your room and shopping for beach themed accessories, keep this color scheme in mind. It’ll allow you to achieve a tranquil, bright space.

Mauka to Makai Bedroom

2. Select the Right Bedding

When shopping for bedding, you have a few options. You can go for a sheets and a comforter that are covered in fish, seashells, seahorses, or sailboat. Or, opt for a striped blue and white bedspread that offers a more subtle look. If you choose the latter, you can accent your bedding with some red throw pillows. Another option is to go for solid blue or green bedding to mimic the look of the ocean.

Island Tranquility Bedroom

3. Use Your Beach Souvenirs

If you visit the beach often, pick up some souvenirs while you’re there. These souvenirs can be seashells, stone, or anything that reminds you of the sand and blue waters. Get creative and think about how you can incorporate these souvenirs into your beach theme accessories.

Here are a few ideas to get your juices flowing: Fill a clear vase with sand and layer it with stones and seashells. Or, cover a simple tray with shells and starfish.

Sea shell assortment

 4. Swap Regular Cabinet Knobs for Beach Themed Cabinet Knobs

When it comes to creating the perfect beach-inspired bedroom, details matter. One detail that you don’t want to overlook is the knobs. Swapping regular cabinet knobs for those that feature things like flip flops, mermaids, and surfboards can make a huge difference. Shop our beach style collection today.


Mermaid cabinet hardware

Surfboard cabinet knob

 5. Opt for the Right Wood

Wood with a distressed finish is a must-have for a beach bedroom. This is not the place for shiny or perfect finishes. Make sure that any wood furniture or hardwood you choose gives your room a relaxed, rustic vibe. 


By following these tips, you can wake up and fall asleep at the beach every day, even if you live nowhere near one.


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