My personal style has been for years, Modern Coastal. Growing up in the Maldives, a little country in the Indian Ocean with more than 1000 islands, the coastal vibe was everywhere. Since then, no matter where I live, I always tend to incorporate the modern coastal style into my home. Modern coastal spaces are bright and airy, has clean lines, lots of textures and natural materials. The modern coastal style also involves layering of neutrals, pops of color and and mixing of patterns. Today I am sharing with you 11 Modern Coastal Nursery Ideas so you can extend this chic style to your little ones nursery.
ADD BLUE ACCENT PIECES
Adding pops of color to the nursery is perhaps the easiest way to get the coastal vibe going. Opt for accent pieces like blankets, throw pillows, lamps and decorative objects in shades of blue, green, mint, and turquoise.
PAIR WITH light NEUTRALS
Pair the blue accent pieces with light neutrals to evoke a sense of calmness in the baby's nursery.
INCORPORATE NATURAL WOOD
Bring texture into the nursery by adding natural wood into the design. The weathered mirror acts as a reminder of drift wood and gives the nursery a timeless feel.
INTRODUCE GLASS ELEMENTS
Balance the wood elements in the nursery by adding mirrors and glass accents. These pieces all evoke the water element and also helps diffuse the light in the nursery.
SEEK FURNITURE WITH CLEAN LINES
Use furnishings with clean lines to give the nursery a bright, open feel.
Use shiplap to add interest to the walls and give the nursery some warmth.
GO WITH A BEADED CHANDELIER
Update the nursery lighting with a fixture that is modern and has a cool beachside appeal.
BRING IN BEACH INSPIRED ART
Hang artwork with a beach landscape to get the coastal vibe going in the baby's nursery.
CHOOSE NATURAL FIBER
Bring pieces made with natural fiber such as sisal rugs and rattan swings to give the nursery loads of texture.
Refresh the nursery with greenery to give the space a coastal vibe.
MIX unique textiles
Soften up the space with throw pillows and blankets while mixing up unexpected patterns to give the nursery a lived in look.