There’s something about the salty air and daylight that encompasses the charm of beach-style dining room designs. Casual yet crisp, coastal homes are welcoming to anyone and everyone. Coastal design is a decorating theme inspired by weathered furniture and nautical accents found in traditional coastal homes.
The beachy look was attained in so many different ways like by adding beach themed decors or by using wooden chairs or even wicker furniture. Take a peek and get inspired!
This modern beach-style dining area is one space that shows how experimentation in material and decor combinations can turn into an amazing dining room! Try to mix nautical patterns with pink details in order to create a bold and modern coastal dining room
Amazing beach-style dining room!
The chandelier has an industrial style but does bring out the beachy appeal of this space especially with the combination of rust beams, black dining set, and seat covers.
The table from Restoration Hardware was a perfect choice for this beach eclectic style dining room.
Midcentury modern style rules this roost, where wooden barrel-back chairs and a textured bar cart warm up a sleek marble-top table with a tulip base. Blue surfboard wall art and the subtlest shade of blue paint on the wall are sweet salutes to the ocean just steps away.
A predominantly white color palette gets its kicks from ebony chairs with cushions upholstered in jewel-tone florals. A sculptural glass-float chandelier by Lindsey Adelman brings in depth and texture without adding competing colors or patterns.
Double sets of French doors provide a breezy alternative to al fresco dining when opened to the outdoors.
The blue chairs and the blue walls give a very nautical touch to this dining room. This beach style space also has shabby chic touches from the accessorize and centerpiece.
If you are looking to have a beach themed dining room but you don´t want to go with blue, the combination of orange shade with wooden details can be the perfect solution to create and elegant coastal dining room.