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Coastal Living: Blue and Coral Decor

Today’s home tour combines blue and coral decor – a classic beach style color scheme for coastal living.

Coastal Living Room in Blue and CoralPhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


You’ll find a range of blue shades throughout this coastal home. Pops of coral make every room come alive.

Game Table and Dining Nook in Coastal Living RoomPhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


It can be surprising how elegant the color coral can be in any room. Here, a modern painting includes the color of the front door.

Beach Style Entryway and Front HallPhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


The kitchen pairs blue with white for classic and timeless appeal. 

Blue and White Classic KitchenPhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


I like how the designer painted some of the walls a pale tan. The color works so well with blue and coral home decor.

Coastal Dining Room with Asia InfluencePhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


Bold color on the walls of the home office ensure that no one will be sleeping on the job!

Home Office with Bold Coral WallsPhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


In addition to the fun colors of blue and coral, the home features beautiful wood floors.

Victorian Style Staircase in Coastal Living HomePhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design


Even the bedrooms in today’s coastal home enjoy a bit of blue and coral.

Light and Bright Eclectic BedroomPhoto by Katie Rosenfeld Design

Enjoy more photos of today’s coastal living home by Katie Rosenfeld Design over at Houzz.


See More Coastal Living Homes:

Elegant Coastal Style Home Tour

Contemporary Coastal Home in Rhode Island

Beautiful Coronado Beach Home

Flea Market Style Beach House

Cornwall Beach House Tour

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  1. REALLY interesting decor elements. The floor lamp was definitely one of a kind! And I loved the color of the front door. Unique interior design 😇

  2. I have never been a blue fan. I like how they have paired it with coral to give it more warmth. I don’t think I would like it in every room though.

  3. I’ve always loved blue in decor, but am not a fan of the coral. I do like the painting that features coral in it but that color on the inside door – whew – way too much of a color shock for me. I’m such a neutral and moody color person, my brain just doesn’t register a color like coral as pleasant.
    Interesting though, that the coral looks much better with the tan color walls than it does with white.
    Color is such an amazing thing, isn’t it?

  4. The coral is not something I would not think to pair with blue but it looks lovely in this home other than the door ( it was a little too shocking) I like that both colors were more accents then the main and the tan walls were lovely. I must admit I’m not a fan of white walls which are normally featured in these beachy homes so the tan was a lovely surprise and made it much cozier looking.

  5. I loved that floor lamp, it was exceptional and the curtains were pretty with just a hint of coral. Perfect for a coastal house.

  6. I love how orange, yellow and coral add warmth to a blue and white room. It was just what my blue and white room needed!