Neutral + Blue = Casual Coastal

Coastal 1.3
Domenica Kiely
Written by Domenica Kiely

With spring well and truly here, many interior aficionados look to refreshing their home in time for the warmer weather. One of the big trends come summer will be the casual coastal look. With a focus on natural products, tactile textures and beautiful shades of blue, the casual coastal home is warm, liveable and inviting.

Canvas + Sasson

Canvas + Sasson

This beautiful living room is the perfect mix of casual chic and understated elegance. Created with items from Canvas + Sasson, the neutral, hand block printed Drift collection cushions are beautifully paired with the classic linen Scout Shack Sofa in Sky Blue. The inclusion of the Regency Charleston Chair in Mist provides that quintessential Hamptons twist loved by so many sea changers.

(Styled by @heidi_albertiri from @the_life_style_edit and photographed by @annarobinsonphotos)


Horgans Lifestyle

You can nab that casual coastal vibe by keeping your base furniture choices neutral and adding interest in the form of patterns in your choice of cushions, artworks and rugs. We love how @coastalhomelove pairs her Horgans Lifestyle ottomans, table and club chair with contrasting patterns and prints in beautiful blue hues.

(Styled and photographed by @coastalhomelove)

DWBH Homewares

D.W.B.H. Homewares

Texture is everything in a home styled in neutral colourways. It brings an element of warmth and dimension to your space. We would love to spend an afternoon relaxing in the living space created using D.W.B.H. Homewares products above. The use of textured cushions, throws and rugs create a warm and inviting living nook you just want to curl up in.

(Image sourced via D.W.B.H. Homewares)

Here are some other beautiful casual coastal homes to inspire those of you looking to do a little re-decorating this spring/summer.

Coastal 1.1

Coastal 1.2

Coastal 1.3

Coastal 1.4

Image sources | one | two | three | four

About the author
Domenica Kiely
Domenica Kiely

My name is Domenica, but my tribe call me Dom. I’ve written for a number of successful and popular Australian blogs, and I have experience working in both education and the media. I have a slight (ahem) shopping addiction, but I prefer to think of it as an ethical contribution to the growth of the economy. I am fuelled by a love of art, photography, home interiors, trashy television and my family (not in that order).