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25 Ideas To Style A Beach Or Coastal Console
Many of us have console tables in entryways and living rooms, and you just can’t leave the table bare, some decor is needed. Style your console table in beach or coastal style, it’s a great idea for summer and spruce up your space for holidays. I’ve prepared some cool ideas that may inspire you, let’s take a look at them.
The Console Itself
Change or renovate your console for your beach home or to add a beach feel to your usual space. the most popular idea is a whitewashed wooden console, just change the existing one using some DIYs on whitewashing and distressing. You may also try bolder sea-inspired colors – turquoise, aqua, various shades of blue and distress the piece again for a worn look. If you have a unique rough wooden piece at hand, use it as a console table, it will make a statement itself.
a unique raw edge wood console, a turquoise star fish and an oversized photo from a holiday for a wow effect
a blue distressed console, a coral, glass candle holders and some beach artworks over the table
a distressed turquoise console, corals and pebbles, a potted flowers and some vintage posters
a turquoise console with a gallery wall of coral artworks, bottles and a basket
a whitewashed console table, a coral, turquoise lamps and a mirror clad with driftwood
a whitewashed Indian console with wooden candle holders, a large shell and some decor of smaller shells
The easiest way to create a mood, an ambience and any kind of decor you like is to hang or place an artwork. You may find a proper one or even DIY it, and it can be an oversized statement piece or a whole gallery wall over your console. These can be painted artworks or maybe photos, you may use your own holiday pictures to enjoy the memories. For a modern beach console table, an oversized artwork is the only thing you need – just hang it, and that’s it.
a beach-inspired console, a shell planter, a glass vase and a large seaside-inspired artwork
a rustic console table with an oversized water artwork is all you need for a modern look
styling your console is the easiest idea to bring any feel to the space including a beach feel
a modern console with a couple of oceanside artworks and tropical leaves in a vase
a modern beach console done with a water-inspired artwork duo, corals and a large bottle
a minimalist beach console with starfish, a wooden ball and a bold sea-inspired artwork over the table
a distressed console table, a glass lamp, a large coral and a seascape artwork for a dreamy feel
a coastal console with a duo of artworks, rope letters, corals and colored pots and vases underneath
a beach console table, a coral, a bottle, a driftwood bowl and an oversized artwork
Nothing is more natural for beach decor than sea items – shells, sea glass and driftwood you’ve found on the beach, floats, star fish, corals, rope and stuff like that. Besides just displaying them in cloches, bowls, trays and just placing them on the table, you may create art objects using them, for example, carve a fish of driftwood, make a sea horse clad with sea glass and much more – there are tons of DIYs you may find.
a beach console, a glass base lamp, a fish of driftwood and some floats
a beach console, oars, a shell, a basket, a couple of beach-inspired artworks
a beachy console with an oversized lantern with candles, floats, a feather artwork and a crate with books
a console table with colored bottles, greenery, a lantern and some shells in jars for a seaside feel
a nautical console with rope in a cloche, corals, a navy lamp and an artwork for a whimsy look
a rustic beachy console, baskets under it, a wooden bowl with shells and some colored glass plus an artwork
a small console with corals, a driftwood lamp, an abstract artwork and baskets under the table
a vintage console table with corals, colored pots and vases and stone base lamps
a whitewashed console table, candles in glass candle holders, starfish, a sea horse of driftwood and a shell clad vase
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