Take your beach bedroom to the next level with the right accessories. Adding the right accents can complete a look and tie the whole room together. Check out these ideas that might add the right finishing touch to your room.
Accent and area rugs are always a popular bedroom accent. There are several beach themed rugs to choose from. A favorite are surfboard shaped rugs. They come in different sizes from shortboards to longboards and in all colors with different patterns. Whether you are looking for something eccentric or on the more subtle side, you are sure to find the right rug that will look great in your room.
One accessory people love decorating with is art on the walls. While art can often be expensive there are several beach prints available that are affordable. Check around and see if there is a local artist that has drawings or paintings of the beaches in your area. It will add a more personal touch to your room too. You can also hang small wood signs or framed postcards from some of your favorite vacation spots. You never want to leave the walls bare, so search for your perfect wall art that will enhance the walls of your room.
Another idea to toss around when looking to accessorize your bedroom is throw pillows. Throw pillows are like jewelry for your bed. If you didn't already purchase the throw pillows that went with your bedding set, now might be a great time to do so. Most bedding collections come with a variety of throw pillow that match the bedding set. What can be fun is looking around for different pillows that would match your quilt on your own. Starfish and sand dollar pillows are extremely popular so you should be able to fun some in coordinating colors. There are fun beach prints out there also that match well with several beach and coastal bedding designs.
It can be a common mistake when decorating a room to just buy a bedding set and be done. Finding the right accessories for a room are key. There are so many possibilities when working with beach decor. When it comes to decorating make sure you enjoy the process. Putting the finishing touch of your room together should be fun not work!
Article Author: Rebecca McKeich
Article Source: OceanStyles.com