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Late spring into early summer is when everyone starts thinking — BEACH! So whether it's an actual beach house, lake house, or just a fresh update to your own house let this beach home decor in 4 ways inspire you! With just a few easy pieces you can get your style of the "beachy look" in your space. A blue table lamp here, pillow there, and a quick piece of decor and a rug and you can transform your space to feel like you are on vacation.
These classic beach items take you away in a refined way. No trendy beach here!
Shopping Guide: Ceramic Sea Urchin White Table Lamp, Maritime Blue Indoor/Outdoor Area Rug, Safavieh Spice Beach Red Coral Fan Pillows, Decorative Taupe Coral Statue.
This calming blue, silver and neutral scheme would be perfect for a guest bedroom.
Shopping Guide: Resort Sand Dollar Aqua Blue Area Rug, Coral Wall Art, Silver Table Lamp, Gloss White Coral Bowls.
This coral table lamp makes a bold statement! Add a large shell decorative bowl and a pop of blue in the pillows and your beachy space will not be forgotten.
Shopping Guide: Arteriors Home Cassidy Coral Orange Porcelain Table Lamp, Quito Area Rug, White Clam Shell Decorative Bowl, Square Blue and Beige Stripe Throw Pillow.
For a more subtle chic beach feel, go with items that don't scream 'giant clam shell'! This palm vase makes the perfect addition without overtaking the space.
Shopping Guide: Coral Area Rug, Palm Ceramic Vase, Capiz Shell Accent Bowl, Natural Fossil Coral Table Lamp.
Traditional, calming, bold, and unique - these are just 4 of many ways to incorporate beach home decor into your space for summer.
Meg Biram is a digital media and brand consultant, and the founder of lifestyle blog http://www.megbiram.com. Her site, originally founded in 2007 as MIMI+MEG, covers fashion, interiors, art, and business. Prior to consulting, she was a senior designer at Hallmark Cards, Inc. Her curated aesthetic evolved over years of art classes and magazine subscriptions. When she's not blogging or consulting, she's encouraging others to follow their passions in life, traveling, or painting.