A lot of people thrive throughout the summer months

The sunshine. The warmth. The color florals and road trips seaside. There’s a lot about those bits and pieces that ignite a passion inside of us all. So, why not add that to your personal space and revive that area of your life too? Bring in the vacation vibes with these 15 DIY beach bedroom decor ideas. Trust us, you’ll be better for it!
1. Shell Hanging Planters

Check out Brit + Co for this fantastic project. Grab some shells and turn them into hanging planters for your room. Add a breath of fresh air to your space and a nod to the seaside you love with this one.
2. Oyster Gray Walls

Think about colors too. You can easily bring some ocean energy into your room by adding a new coat of paint. This oyster-inspired shade of gray is a greay way to create that same serene energy we all feel when at the beach. Grab more inspiration by visiting Desire to Inspire.
3. Anchor Pallet

If you want to make some art for your space, then check out this pallet design from The Happy Housie. It’s easy to do even without any artistic talents. So, grab your paints and recycle wood pieces and get to work!
4. Driftwood Shelves

Another way to add some beachy vibes into the bedroom would be to utilize pieces of driftwod. At Sustain My Craft Habit, you’ll be able to learn how to create some shelves out of those seaside bits. And then use them to display some of your favorite knicks and knacks.
5. Rope Netted Vases

Visit Sustain My Craft Habit again to add some beach-ness to more unsuspecting spots. Your vases can get an ocean-esque update by adding some rope netting. It’s subtle but really helps to transform the corners.
6. Starfish Wall Art

Starfish are quintissentially beachy too. So, why not use them to decorate the space? Invite Pastels & Macarons into your home and use them to create some pretty new pieces to delight your bedroom walls with.
7. Buoy Garland

Crafts by Courtney whipped up some buoy garland and we’re in love. The colorful shades are a great nod to the sunshine but you can use whatever tones that inspire you most. Then use the piece to decorate the mantle, dresser, or even your headboard.
8. Mini Braided Mirrors

These mini, braided mirrors are a fun addition too. The ropes are charmingly nautical but this particular design adds a bout of modern energy to the space too. Add them to a gallery wall! Check the project out at Curbly.
9. Hammock Chair

A Beautiful Mess created an entire chair that evokes the spirit of the beach. And it’s one that you can install right inside your own bedroom. If you’ve got the extra square footage to spare, get to work!
10. Feather Wall Hanging

Feathers are reminiscent of the beach as well. They’ve got a serene, bohemian spirit that the ocean has as well. Check out how to whip this beauty up by visiting Homey Oh My!.
11. Macrame Curtain

Brit + Co  will show you how to make a new window dressing as well. It’s subtle but again evokes that same, netted texture. Bohemian additions are yet another way to bring vacation flair into the bedroom.
12. Driftwood Photo Hanger

Cewe has another great project for those that have access to some driftwood. Instead of shelves, you can make something you can display your favorite photos on. This is a great way to utilize all of those insta-memories!
13. Rope Mirror

Crafts by Courtney has another rope mirror to whip up. Instead of braids, just wrap the rope around the frame. It’s an easy way to transform any piece and add a bit of beachside vibe.
14. Map Tray

Here’s another nautical idea to implement. This map tray from Kenarry can be used in any room of the house – including the bedroom. Use it to organize your dresser or vanity with a shipside view.
15. Summer Mobile

And finally, one of these summer mobiles from Monster Circus will add the right about of beach holiday spirit to your space. It’s also minimal though, so you can have that ocean flair while not giving up your vision for a contemporary space.

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