My coastal bedroom tour is here! Get all the details of how I decorated with a blend of modern and coastal style.
I've sometimes heard people say that master bedrooms are the last on their decorating to-do list, but mine came first.
Since it's where I wake up each day and retreat to at night, I wanted to make sure I created a serene and relaxing vacation-like environment.
The inspiration for this room came from various hotels and Airbnbs I've stayed in that mixed traditional and modern elements.
As you walk into the room, your focal point goes straight to the gorgeous velvet upholstered bed.
The navy stands out against the other neutral features, and adds some color without being too bold. This specific bed is no longer available, but here are some of my favorite navy upholstered beds on the market!
As far as other furniture in my bedroom... I lean toward subtle, lighter toned woods. I love the way the lighter colored nightstand stands in the background and lets the other signature pieces shine!
When I needed something to tie it all together, a vintage boho rug ended up being the answer.
I love how neutral boho rugs add texture and also anchor the furniture in the room. Since the only pattern I really have in the room is on the pillows, the geometric pattern in the rug keeps the space looking interesting.
One thing I know I'm not lacking in any space is pillows! I add them to pretty much very chair, couch, and bed in my home. Of course I love them for the extra comfort, but also because they can be used for decor purposes.
Here's how I layered the pillows on my bed:
- Back Row - Three Line Shams in Navy
- Middle Row - Geometric Pillows in Blue
- Front Row - Accent Pillow in Dark Blue/Khaki
Although simple compared to other art in my home, I love the abstract art above my bed. It adds a different texture into the room and complements all of the other features in the room.
Thinking back to 2002 when Kelly Clarkson won American Idol... I would have never guessed I would have multiple pieces of her home decor line in my house! 🤣
As we move around to the other side of the room, you see the view from my bed.
Because the wall is so big, I wanted art that would fill the space without being heavy and overwhelming. It needed to balance the TV out and not be too visually harsh. I decided to go the acrylic frame route, just like I did with my modern command center.
I paired these acrylic gallery frames with a timeless botanical print set. The frames were the splurge pieces that make this set of printable art look fancy! But really, the art was super inexpensive (printed at Staples!) and can be changed out as often as you want. Perfect solution.
Underneath you see this x-based bench. I love that it matched my style AND is functional. The rope wrapped around the iron base of the bench definitely accentuated the coastal vibe I was aiming for. (If you saw this post, then you know I'm all about flexible and fashionable seating!)
I have vintage wall art displayed in other areas of my home, so I brought it into my bedroom too. There are quite a few places that benefit from art just casually leaning against the wall, but here it strategically hides the outlet the TV is plugged into for a perfect "hidden wall cord" look.
In the corner of the room is my version of a vanity area.
It is one of my favorite spots with a mirror in my home. I started with an oversized black mirror (similar mirror here) and added in a tufted storage ottoman (similar ottoman here). To add a touch of glam, I displayed photos of my kids in these gold beveled frames and added a gold standing lamp on each side of my bed.
That's all for now! I hope you enjoyed seeing a peek inside my coastal master bedroom!