Beach House Bedroom
The sound of waves along the shell speckled shore and a lighthouse horn in the distance are the formula for a good night’s sleep while on the Cape. The client fell in love with the casual comfort of the chambray patchwork of the Ralph Lauren bedding. Yes, shells are a great accent for beach window decor.
Lighthouse prints and bedside lamps accent the room.
Love the details! The blue toile fabric features seaside and lighthouse scenes. This is the perfect fabric for this bedroom. A tiny yellow and blue plaid is used for the lining and made into small pleats along the bottom. A little bit of yellow peeks out like the sun beginning to rise along the horizon to say “Good Morning”!
A single window has a custom valance that is accented with three large clam or quahog shells found on the shores of Cape Cod Bay.
Look at the natural details in the shell. The variations in color show the pure white, ocean blue and the sand. Even the curved growth lines of the shell are like the valance curves.
Curves of the valance follow the triple window. The two centers are raised up to the ceiling to give added interest and height to a not so high ceiling.
Since this is a bedroom, privacy is needed. Existing mini blinds are hidden under the valance. The other windows we did have 2″ Hunter Douglas Alternative wood blinds on them, perfect for a beach house. Maybe new blinds will be coming up on the client’s priority list, not everything can be done at once.
What do you think of this bedroom? How would you feel waking up to this room?
What do you have that could be re-purposed into a creative window treatment?
Please check back for the sea glass inspired master bath window treatment.
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