- by Laura
If you love all things nautical bedroom design, chances are you will want to bring a touch of this style to your bedroom. There are many ways that you can accomplish this. From choosing a color scheme to picking accent pieces that tie the look together it is not hard to get the kind of interior your seafaring spirit will thrive in.
The striped headboard, rope-themed accents, natural sea grass blind and porthole mirror all add nautical touches to this room. Image: Bungalow5
The nautical theme is reflected in many different ways in this room. The framed prints, natural headboard, striped bed linens and natural flooring all bring the seaside to mind. Image: Highgate House
There will be sweet dreams of the seaside in this bedroom. Here, bold orange life preservers provide a bold pop of color in this bedroom. Image: kelly mcguill home
The pale cream walls in this room are a soothing backdrop to nautical themed accessories. Image: Bountiful
A room doesn’t need to be all blue and white to get the nautical theme across. Here, yellow stripes and a natural woven headboard are accented perfectly by navy blue nautical accents. Image: CM Natural Designs
Navy blue and white are classic colors to use when designing a nautical themed bedroom. Here, a navy accent wall allows the white bed frame to really pop. Image: The Wee House Company
The unique architecture of this room lends a cozy feel to this nautical themed room. Image: Graham Architects
The designer has used exposed wood and navy blue accents to give this room a light and airy seaside feel. Image: Reliance Design, Build, Remodel
Even young children can enjoy a nautical bedroom. Here light blue patterned materials lend a seaside feel to this child’s room. Image: Sidmouth Design
Orange works well with blue in this nautical room. Image: nest + company
This room is totally ship shape. These bunks make this room’s residents feel like they are on a perpetual cruise. Image: Burnham Design
Paddles are mounted on the wall as a focal point in this room. Image: London Bay Homes
A throw rug and nautical pillows give an aquatic feel to this room. Image: Morgan Howarth Photography
A woven sea grass carpet can help to tie a nautical themed bedroom together. Image: Structures Building Company
A boat-shaped bed and a beautiful wall mural give a nautical feel to this bedroom. Image: Mercedes Premier Homes
This room relies on textures such as sea grass baskets and barn board walls as well as a trio of sailboats to develop the nautical theme. Image: Bradford C. Smith Architect
Consider using a model ship or other naval item to give your room a nautical feel. Image: Haver & Skolnick LLC Architects
This serene room uses post-card prints to give a nautical vibe. Image: Details Interiors, LLC
You don’t need everything in a room to be ship-themed to get a nautical feel. Image: foley&cox
Navy blue is not the only color that can be used for an aquatic feel. Here, teal gives the same effect in this bedroom.Image: Kate Jackson Design
As you can see, there are many different ways to develop an aquatic or nautical theme in your bedroom.
Make sure you also check out our latest Art Deco Bedrooms post for a different but also inspiring design.