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In the mood for a beach-styled (boho) dorm room (or bedroom . . . any place really)? Take a look at these beach decor ideas to get the juices flowing. Before you know it, you’ll have the perfect summertime oasis (all-year round).
If you have the room and money for this, you should go for it. I know I would. Especially if you’re going to have friends coming over. Plus, you can always stow it away behind your bed if you need the extra room.
This coral duvet color reminds me of that perfect day at the beach when the sun is shining and the waves are crashing on the shore. I personally hate sand when I’m around it for too long (it always manages to get under my clothes), but small doses I can handle.
This cute throw blanket is a great staple for beach lovers. With that sandy-boho vibe, it’ll never go out of style (hopefully). Also, if you actually do live by the beach, you could always lay it out on the sand and do some homework by the shore. Pretty peaceful sounding.
Banana woven dish? Why not. It’s cute, it’s woven and it’s in the shape of bananas. What more can you ask for in life. Of course, bananas don’t necessarily mesh with the beach, but the woven cane makes up for that.
This would be a perfect laundry basket if it didn’t cost so much. It’s laid-back nature makes it perfect for everyone who’s trying to create a relaxed, beachy environment. Also, the basket is interwoven with strands of sea grass . . . you might as well bring the sea to your room.
If I needed these, I’d snatch them up before you could say supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. These bamboo baskets just scream beach bum. If you have an inner beach bum, embrace it and treat yo’ self!
Add some more storage space with this leaning ladder; it’s cute, it’s long and it doesn’t take up much space. If your in a small space (like a dorm), you’ll need to learn how to live a compact lifestyle and make use of what you got. It’s pretty easy once you get into the swing of things.
Imagine this: you’re lying down on your softest beach blanket, the sun is warming your back as you rest your head on the cute llama pillow your friend recently bought you. The sound of the shore in the background lulls you into a peaceful daze as people mill around you. How do you feel?
According to some of the reviewers, the image is sharp and looks great, but the frame can be a bit flimsy. Moreover, it might be better to get the frame separate if you decide you want a frame. Plus, it’ll save some money.
Going on a road trip by the beach? Might as well stop for a bit and surf the waves. Have some fun in the sun. Honestly, the sun casts the perfect glare around the palm trees. It would look great in a beachy-themed room.
This will add a fresh touch to your room and give it a beach house vibe. With the unique design, you’ll never get tired of it (at least for the first year). Plus, you can either hang it against the wall or in a doorway or even as a curtain.
If you want a nice mirror that you could also hang things on (that won’t break it of course), then this would be a nice addition. It has that washed out look that makes it perfect for any beach-styled room.
You can never go wrong with a woven rug when creating a beachy environment. It’s the color that matters most, so if honey isn’t your type of beach color, then keep scrolling, there’s also a rosy shade that might just work for you.
If you have the money for this moroccan woven wool rug and really want to splurge, who am I to stop you. However, if you don’t want to break the bank, I’d steer clear of this and put it on your wish list (like I did) instead.