There's something about beachy colors that we just can't resist. For one, they're oh-so-calming and evoke happy memories of vacations and warm days. Beachy colors are also timeless: Blues, greens, creams, and tans will never go out of style.
If you're unsure what beachy color combinations would look best in your home, note that there are a number of hues that you can choose from. We're sharing 23 of our favorite beachy color palettes that you won't be able to resist. We even have a few out of the box ideas for you, too!
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Red and Yellow
When you think of beachy colors, red and yellow may not come to mind immediately. Believe it or not, though, they actually make for excellent picks if you're looking to add a pop of color into your beach style space. Accent pillows and throw blankets make for a great place to start.Continue to 2 of 23 below.
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Pink and Green
This color combo isn't just for preppy, traditional spaces, it is also a winner in beachy homes. Incorporating some woven accents in the form of woven and cane chairs helps solidify the look.Continue to 3 of 23 below.
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Warm brown hues pair wonderfully with traditional beachy accent pieces such as wicker furnishings and shell shaped accessories. If you are decorating a beach house but do not wish to go the popular blue/green route, this is an excellent approach.Continue to 4 of 23 below.
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Navy Blue and White
Navy blue and white is a timeless combo that is a popular pick for beachy and nautical spaces. If you crave a dose of pattern, think big in terms of wallpaper: this on-theme print adds some visual interest to the small bathroom shown here—who doesn't love a cute whale motif?Continue to 5 of 23 below.
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Salmon pink or light coral is a pretty pink shade to incorporate into your beachfront bathroom. It pairs wonderfully with white or cream, as seen here.
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Beige and Turquoise
When paired together in a room, beige and turquoise immediately evoke feelings of relaxation. Turquoise blends wonderfully with other shades of blue, as seen here, whether you tie in colors that lean a bit gray or go darker with navy.
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Orange and Navy
If you're worried about orange appearing too bold, just pair it with navy! This classic color pairing will add some pizzazz to any space—we find that it's particularly suitable for a child's bedroom as shown here.Continue to 8 of 23 below.
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Shades of Gray
Gray is an extremely versatile color and is a smart pick if you're looking to embrace natural hues in your space. With so many shades of gray to choose from, you can enjoy plenty of variation within this color palette, as is exemplified in this space.
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Gray blue is calming and makes for an optimal accent wall color when you're looking for a little bit of color but don't want to go all in with a bolder hue.Continue to 10 of 23 below.
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Blue and Green
Blue and green is a no-fail color combination when it comes to beachy rooms. That said, you certainly don't have to paint your walls in these colors or opt for vibrant furniture pieces if you would rather keep things more neutral. Blue and green accessories, like the throw pillows shown in this room, still pack a major punch.
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Taupe and Blue
Taupe and blue paired together are reminiscent of the sand and water, making this combo a tried and true solution for beachy rooms. Any shade of blue will look wonderful with taupe, so there's no need to play favorites—go ahead and mix together a variety of shades if you wish.Continue to 12 of 23 below.
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Red, White, and Blue
Red, white, and blue rooms automatically feel festive, no matter the time of year! Here, blue and white are the dominant colors in this family room space, while pops of red add a bit of extra pep.Continue to 13 of 23 below.
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White and Cream
We have no doubt you'll drift off to sleep dreaming of white sandy beaches when your bedroom looks like this one. Simple hues like white and cream are a go-to in many bedroom spaces, as they make it easy to wind down and focus on relaxation.Continue to 14 of 23 below.
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Light Gray and Blue
Light gray and blue makes for an equally soothing color combination in the bedroom. This minimalist space also features beautiful touches of wicker.Continue to 15 of 23 below.
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Tan and Green
Pay homage to nature by incorporating tan and green into your beachy space. Adding a tropical plant will further tie the room together.Continue to 16 of 23 below.
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Green and Black
If you didn't think you could incorporate black walls into a beachy space, think again! The bold hue adds some drama to this bedroom, which features a palm leaf headboard that also brings major wow-factor.
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Gray and Tan
Gray alongside natural tan or light wood pieces makes a room appear contemporary and cool. Natural wood furniture evokes visions of driftwood on the beach.Continue to 18 of 23 below.
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Baby Blue and White
A soft baby blue wallpaper with swirls (which almost appears gray) pairs wonderfully with white furniture and accessories in this space. The swirl pattern is cloud-like and serene.Continue to 19 of 23 below.
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Peach and Gray
Peachy orange will bring a touch of summer to any room. Paired with gray, it feels more toned done and adult-like than it would grouped with brighter hues.Continue to 20 of 23 below.
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Gray and Green
Again, the right wallpaper can really evoke a particular mood within a space. This pattern is wavy-like and complements the forest green accent chair nearby.Continue to 21 of 23 below.
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A mix of pink shades delight the eye in this bathroom. The colors on the herringbone wall tile remind us of seashells lining the beach and pair equally well with white and gold.Continue to 22 of 23 below.
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Sky Blue and White
Sky blue makes for a happy addition in this otherwise neutral living room. The paneled walls in this space also add a beachy feel.Continue to 23 of 23 below.
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Sea Green and White
Sea green is a beachy color that looks particularly gorgeous with white and gold accents and is an especially popular pick for the bathroom.