Mismatched stripes work together here with classic navy balancing out the bolder red and light blue color scheme in the bed skirt and bolster pillows. Plants reside in woven hanging baskets to add visual interest and texture.
This kids' bedroom boasts an updated nautical theme without being stereotypical. Bold striped bed linens cover the transitional bunk bed, a chevron area rug covers the floor and colorful graphic fabric covers the sofa.
Classic white wainscoting leads up to ocean blue walls in this transitional bedroom that nods to nautical style. A tufted upholstered bed is dressed in Greek key linens and flanked by cottage-inspired nightstands.
A soft blue ocean mural graces the walls of this kid's bedroom designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Julie Khuu. Nautical accessories complete the ocean theme, and white bedding keeps the space feeling fresh.
The contemporary boy's bedroom features touches of nautical inspiration through the canoe bookshelf and rope chandelier. Bright blue walls are punctuated with accents of red, while deep brown woods and striped bedding help to ground the space.
This child's bedroom features twin beds with navy blue bedding, a textured accent wall with vintage inspired cylinder sconces, a pendant light with pink drum shade and nautical rope, sheer white window panels, and a blue and white geometric print area rug.
This adorable cottage in La Jolla village outside San Diego uses beachy themes in a refreshingly subtle way. In this bedroom, navy blue and white bedding and a painting of a boat offer up a nautical hint, complemented by the beautiful wood floors and doors.
Beaded chandeliers and sculptural coral add textural, coastal elements to this classic dining room. Linen slipcovered dining chairs give off an air of elegance and effortlessness that matches this room's sophisticated-yet-beachy design. A blue-and-white striped area rug enhances this space's laid-back nautical style.
Polished yet fun, the guest bedroom displays a classic nautical theme with a modern twist. Blue and orange hues, as well as geometric shapes, are repeated in the wool rug and bedding, while vaulted bead board ceilings and floor-to-ceiling drapery expand the space for an open and airy feel.