Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

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Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Will coastal interiors ever get boring? I don’t think so. The coastal interiors trend has been around since the dawn of time but now, unlike back in the 90s, it’s not just about fiddly little shell ornaments, cutesy watercolours of generic seaside views or those huge dried sea sponge things that are an instant dust magnet.

No, these days, the coastal look can be anything from fresh New England style linens , £43.50), dip-dyed bold blues or incredibly Instagrammable pen and ink prints of random sea things. See the image below featuring the coral and shell prints from , £82, for an idea.

Here are five ways to bring a touch of coastal chic to your home, 2016 style…

Plates and bowls don’t need to be hidden away in cupboards, not when they’re as pretty as the new , anyway. Display a selection on an open shelf or even consider hanging a few of the plates on a wall in your kitchen or dining room.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

For an instant coastal update to a bedroom you can’t go wrong with a set of seaside-inspired sheets. Either go traditional coastal with stripes, like the linens from The Secret Linen Store or the or opt for something a bit more flamboyant in the form of coastal florals or dip or tie-dyed sheets. The bedding pictured below is the , from £20.

Nothing says coastal like stripped floorboards and a stylish jute rug. This is a great option and from £56, it’s an affordable one too.

Ditch the dusty shells and invest in a statement porthole mirror for maximum 2016 coastal chic effect. The mirror pictured below is the , £165, and it comes complete with a handy shelf. This one’s sold out at the moment but we’re told new stock’s expected at the end of May so get your orders in now! For an even bigger impact you could create a mini mirror gallery with a group of mirrors, like this set of – currently reduced to £52 from £75.

Coastal-inspired accessories don’t have to be a set of pebbles you found on the beach . If you’re after a more luxe look you could go with something like the , £42, pictured below, your open shelves will love you for it.

Here are some more picks to add a touch of coastal chic to your home. All of these can be bought directly from the – just add the product you want to your basket and check out from here. Easy!

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

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Molly Forbes is the founder of Roost and is also a lifestyle journalist, regularly contributing interiors content to various magazines in the UK. Molly lives in Devon with her husband and two young daughters. Find out more about Molly and get a glimpse of her interiors style on our Team Roost page.

Very pretty blog and could not agree more – coastal decorating is so much more than just knick knacks from the sea!

This is a collaborative site dedicated to stylish family living. Here at Roost we believe super-stylish interiors and comfortable family living can go hand in hand. After all, just because we have kids doesn’t mean we have to live with crayon-covered walls… not all the time anyway. The Roost team members all have a different take on interiors style. Just like you, our tastes are unique. Roost is about sharing that individuality and bringing inspiration for all, no matter what your own interiors bag might be.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Will coastal interiors ever get boring? I don’t think so. The coastal interiors trend has been around since the dawn of time but now, unlike back in the 90s, it’s not just about fiddly little shell ornaments, cutesy watercolours of generic seaside views or those huge dried sea sponge things that are an instant dust magnet.

No, these days, the coastal look can be anything from fresh New England style linens , £43.50), dip-dyed bold blues or incredibly Instagrammable pen and ink prints of random sea things. See the image below featuring the coral and shell prints from , £82, for an idea.

Here are five ways to bring a touch of coastal chic to your home, 2016 style…

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Plates and bowls don’t need to be hidden away in cupboards, not when they’re as pretty as the new , anyway. Display a selection on an open shelf or even consider hanging a few of the plates on a wall in your kitchen or dining room.

For an instant coastal update to a bedroom you can’t go wrong with a set of seaside-inspired sheets. Either go traditional coastal with stripes, like the linens from The Secret Linen Store or the or opt for something a bit more flamboyant in the form of coastal florals or dip or tie-dyed sheets. The bedding pictured below is the , from £20.

Nothing says coastal like stripped floorboards and a stylish jute rug. This is a great option and from £56, it’s an affordable one too.

Ditch the dusty shells and invest in a statement porthole mirror for maximum 2016 coastal chic effect. The mirror pictured below is the , £165, and it comes complete with a handy shelf. This one’s sold out at the moment but we’re told new stock’s expected at the end of May so get your orders in now! For an even bigger impact you could create a mini mirror gallery with a group of mirrors, like this set of – currently reduced to £52 from £75.

Coastal-inspired accessories don’t have to be a set of pebbles you found on the beach . If you’re after a more luxe look you could go with something like the , £42, pictured below, your open shelves will love you for it.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Here are some more picks to add a touch of coastal chic to your home. All of these can be bought directly from the – just add the product you want to your basket and check out from here. Easy!

Sign up to Roost NEWS, our free newsletter packed with exclusive content and extras for interiors lovers looking for stylish family living solutions.

We hate spam. Your email address will not be sold or shared with anyone else.

Molly Forbes is the founder of Roost and is also a lifestyle journalist, regularly contributing interiors content to various magazines in the UK. Molly lives in Devon with her husband and two young daughters. Find out more about Molly and get a glimpse of her interiors style on our Team Roost page.

Very pretty blog and could not agree more – coastal decorating is so much more than just knick knacks from the sea!

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

This is a collaborative site dedicated to stylish family living. Here at Roost we believe super-stylish interiors and comfortable family living can go hand in hand. After all, just because we have kids doesn’t mean we have to live with crayon-covered walls… not all the time anyway. The Roost team members all have a different take on interiors style. Just like you, our tastes are unique. Roost is about sharing that individuality and bringing inspiration for all, no matter what your own interiors bag might be.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Will coastal interiors ever get boring? I don’t think so. The coastal interiors trend has been around since the dawn of time but now, unlike back in the 90s, it’s not just about fiddly little shell ornaments, cutesy watercolours of generic seaside views or those huge dried sea sponge things that are an instant dust magnet.

No, these days, the coastal look can be anything from fresh New England style linens , £43.50), dip-dyed bold blues or incredibly Instagrammable pen and ink prints of random sea things. See the image below featuring the coral and shell prints from , £82, for an idea.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Here are five ways to bring a touch of coastal chic to your home, 2016 style…

Plates and bowls don’t need to be hidden away in cupboards, not when they’re as pretty as the new , anyway. Display a selection on an open shelf or even consider hanging a few of the plates on a wall in your kitchen or dining room.

For an instant coastal update to a bedroom you can’t go wrong with a set of seaside-inspired sheets. Either go traditional coastal with stripes, like the linens from The Secret Linen Store or the or opt for something a bit more flamboyant in the form of coastal florals or dip or tie-dyed sheets. The bedding pictured below is the , from £20.

Nothing says coastal like stripped floorboards and a stylish jute rug. This is a great option and from £56, it’s an affordable one too.

Ditch the dusty shells and invest in a statement porthole mirror for maximum 2016 coastal chic effect. The mirror pictured below is the , £165, and it comes complete with a handy shelf. This one’s sold out at the moment but we’re told new stock’s expected at the end of May so get your orders in now! For an even bigger impact you could create a mini mirror gallery with a group of mirrors, like this set of – currently reduced to £52 from £75.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Coastal-inspired accessories don’t have to be a set of pebbles you found on the beach . If you’re after a more luxe look you could go with something like the , £42, pictured below, your open shelves will love you for it.

Here are some more picks to add a touch of coastal chic to your home. All of these can be bought directly from the – just add the product you want to your basket and check out from here. Easy!

Sign up to Roost NEWS, our free newsletter packed with exclusive content and extras for interiors lovers looking for stylish family living solutions.

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Molly Forbes is the founder of Roost and is also a lifestyle journalist, regularly contributing interiors content to various magazines in the UK. Molly lives in Devon with her husband and two young daughters. Find out more about Molly and get a glimpse of her interiors style on our Team Roost page.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Very pretty blog and could not agree more – coastal decorating is so much more than just knick knacks from the sea!

This is a collaborative site dedicated to stylish family living. Here at Roost we believe super-stylish interiors and comfortable family living can go hand in hand. After all, just because we have kids doesn’t mean we have to live with crayon-covered walls… not all the time anyway. The Roost team members all have a different take on interiors style. Just like you, our tastes are unique. Roost is about sharing that individuality and bringing inspiration for all, no matter what your own interiors bag might be.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Will coastal interiors ever get boring? I don’t think so. The coastal interiors trend has been around since the dawn of time but now, unlike back in the 90s, it’s not just about fiddly little shell ornaments, cutesy watercolours of generic seaside views or those huge dried sea sponge things that are an instant dust magnet.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

No, these days, the coastal look can be anything from fresh New England style linens , £43.50), dip-dyed bold blues or incredibly Instagrammable pen and ink prints of random sea things. See the image below featuring the coral and shell prints from , £82, for an idea.

Here are five ways to bring a touch of coastal chic to your home, 2016 style…

Plates and bowls don’t need to be hidden away in cupboards, not when they’re as pretty as the new , anyway. Display a selection on an open shelf or even consider hanging a few of the plates on a wall in your kitchen or dining room.

For an instant coastal update to a bedroom you can’t go wrong with a set of seaside-inspired sheets. Either go traditional coastal with stripes, like the linens from The Secret Linen Store or the or opt for something a bit more flamboyant in the form of coastal florals or dip or tie-dyed sheets. The bedding pictured below is the , from £20.

Nothing says coastal like stripped floorboards and a stylish jute rug. This is a great option and from £56, it’s an affordable one too.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Ditch the dusty shells and invest in a statement porthole mirror for maximum 2016 coastal chic effect. The mirror pictured below is the , £165, and it comes complete with a handy shelf. This one’s sold out at the moment but we’re told new stock’s expected at the end of May so get your orders in now! For an even bigger impact you could create a mini mirror gallery with a group of mirrors, like this set of – currently reduced to £52 from £75.

Coastal-inspired accessories don’t have to be a set of pebbles you found on the beach . If you’re after a more luxe look you could go with something like the , £42, pictured below, your open shelves will love you for it.

Here are some more picks to add a touch of coastal chic to your home. All of these can be bought directly from the – just add the product you want to your basket and check out from here. Easy!

Sign up to Roost NEWS, our free newsletter packed with exclusive content and extras for interiors lovers looking for stylish family living solutions.

We hate spam. Your email address will not be sold or shared with anyone else.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Molly Forbes is the founder of Roost and is also a lifestyle journalist, regularly contributing interiors content to various magazines in the UK. Molly lives in Devon with her husband and two young daughters. Find out more about Molly and get a glimpse of her interiors style on our Team Roost page.

Very pretty blog and could not agree more – coastal decorating is so much more than just knick knacks from the sea!

This is a collaborative site dedicated to stylish family living. Here at Roost we believe super-stylish interiors and comfortable family living can go hand in hand. After all, just because we have kids doesn’t mean we have to live with crayon-covered walls… not all the time anyway. The Roost team members all have a different take on interiors style. Just like you, our tastes are unique. Roost is about sharing that individuality and bringing inspiration for all, no matter what your own interiors bag might be.

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Five Ways to Inject a Hit of Coastal

Will coastal interiors ever get boring? I don’t think so. The coastal interiors trend has been around since the dawn of time but now, unlike back in the 90s, it’s not just about fiddly little shell ornaments, cutesy watercolours of generic seaside views or those huge dried sea sponge things that are an instant dust magnet.

No, these days, the coastal look can be anything from fresh New England style linens , £43.50), dip-dyed bold blues or incredibly Instagrammable pen and ink prints of random sea things. See the image below featuring the coral and shell prints from , £82, for an idea.

Here are five ways to bring a touch of coastal chic to your home, 2016 style…

Plates and bowls don’t need to be hidden away in cupboards, not when they’re as pretty as the new , anyway. Display a selection on an open shelf or even consider hanging a few of the plates on a wall in your kitchen or dining room.

For an instant coastal update to a bedroom you can’t go wrong with a set of seaside-inspired sheets. Either go traditional coastal with stripes, like the linens from The Secret Linen Store or the or opt for something a bit more flamboyant in the form of coastal florals or dip or tie-dyed sheets. The bedding pictured below is the , from £20.

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