Master bedrooms are the centerpieces of personal space, intimacy, and rest. Naturally, every master bedroom needs to be soothing and relaxing, providing you a serene atmosphere through symmetry and aesthetically pleasing colors, textures, and décor. Luckily, our beautiful beach house master bedroom ideas check all of these boxes!
These Beautiful Beach House Master Bedroom Ideas can inspire you when putting together a new concept for your master bedroom. The key is to be mindful of details and choosing the right kind of color, textures, and gorgeous furniture. The designers featured today can help you achieve that charming beach house decor feels in a breeze.
Combine Strong Blue Tones with Patterns
Source: Lisa Hincher of The Good Home Interiors & Design
This master bedroom design by Lisa Hincher of The Good Home Interiors & Design offers the sophisticated look that navy blue typically brings to beach houses. Given the eye-striking coastal feel this color brings, its harmonious to combine it with other calming and muted tones such as light grey, white and hued versions of blue. This wonderful gradient transmits calm and relaxation instantly.
Navy Blue Walls and White Sheets
On this SLC Interiors gorgeous project, we see a guest bedroom making full use of a powerful navy blue tone. While this was designed as a guest bedroom, the concept is sound: combining navy blue with a soothing pale blue color choice and a hint of green recreates a wonderful subtle aqua looking tint. You can enrich the atmosphere by using striped sailor floors, and overall white textures for furniture and decorations.
Adopt a Minimalist Approach
Source: Mary Hannah
There are many beautiful beach house master bedroom ideas that revolve around strong blue colors. Nevertheless, going with a neutral palette can give you a perfect tone to go with a minimalistic approach. Interior Designer Mary Hannah, excellently produced a modern and appealing room that pairs well with rattan pieces or any traditional decorations and furniture you may wish to add. Also, special thanks to Stylish Productions for the stunning photography work and styling. It perfectly captures the synergy between the room’s minimalist style and the abundant natural lighting.
Combine Blue & Beige For A Beachy Ambiance
Source: Jewel Toned Interiors
Drawing inspiration from the sun, sea waves, and the relaxed feel of a beach atmosphere can reproduce similar imageries in your master bedroom. Notice how Jewel Toned Interiors contrast an aqua coated wall with sand and beige colors that can emulate a beachy ambiance.
Get Chic With It!
Source: Chango & Co.
Being chic at the beach will never go out of style! On a beautiful adaptation of this style, Chango & Co. designers chose a colorful and brighter decoration in which blue striped carpets and bed sheets pair up with a pastel-patterned wallpaper, peppering the sight with colorful details in the midst of abundant natural light.
Install A Playful Wallpaper
Source: Nancy Hill Interiors
Nancy Hill Interiors shows us how organic, darker tones such as this chocolate wallpaper can still give us the airy and pleasing atmosphere of a beach house. The wallpaper sticks with the beach house theme by using aqua colored fish figures to reminisce those vacation days by the sea.
Create An Aquarelle Shelter
This gorgeous bedroom from Whitten Architects goes for a serene, aquatic take for a beach house master bedroom. By blending watery blues, turquoise, and touches of green pastel color you can get an ocean reminiscing ambiance. It’s almost as if the light refracts underwater into a soothing aquarelle that leads to your underwater shelter.
Introduce Ocean Decor To Your Bedroom
Source: Brittney Nielsen
Beach homes are often elegant and refined yet somehow carefree, almost as if they flutter through life’s traditional worries. By going with coastal style colors (milky blue-toned colors) Brittney Nielsen manages to design a bright, peaceful room. Surfaces are clutter-free and the seashell decorating pieces accompany a truly soothing master bedroom.
Emulating the beach in your master bedroom is a clever and wonderful way to reminisce nature within your resting sanctuary. Freshness, relaxation, and a sense of careless simplicity can contribute to your rest more than you think. Our living spaces can reflect our lifestyle as well as influence our mood, so don’t be afraid to adopt some of these beautiful beach house master bedroom ideas. Thank you for reading!
Emma is Home Refinery's interior and design editor. When she's not obsessing over her next home decorating project, she can be found bargain-shopping at vintage stores, mixing and matching new color palettes, and writing for one of many major home publications for which she contributes.