The coastal look never falls out of favour – after all, who doesn’t like being by the sea? But even the landlocked among us can enjoy a little seaside style with these top tips.
Mix up textures
Rough-hewn wood, textured shells and shabby chic painted furniture are all great ways to get the coastal look in your home. In this entryway, crisp shutters steal the show while the washed out colours help create a relaxing feel. Artfully placed oars optional.
Go for a fun print
For a look that’s totally fun, choose one of our seaside prints. We love this new Shore Sky Blue Roman blind – it features chip-stealing seagulls and the best bit is you’ll never have to put up with any screeching.
If you’re not ready for a fun seagull print, then why not try a stripe instead? Choose a deckchair-inspired Roller blind instead to bring a flurry of the trend to a kitchen or bathroom. The barely-there colour scheme is a grown-up take on the trend.
Coastal cool customers
Of course, there’s nothing like having a snoop in a real home. Here are a handful of real customers who nailed the costal look in their own homes.
Naomi’s coastal conservatory is oh-so relaxing, while the Pleated blinds help to make it a temperate place to be all year round. The blue wave design is pretty cool, while small accessories finish off the look.
Shannon teamed a seaside themed shower curtain with a plain, cream Roller blind and blue accessories.
Lesley and Peter
Lesley and Peter’s bathroom shows their love of the sea. A deckchair-inspired Roller blind adds a touch of whimsy to their seaside trinkets.