I’ve done quite a few posts on Beach House decor and all of them have been wildly popular. Since you love to look at different stylings for beach cottage and beach house decor I’ve decided to do a series focusing solely on different rooms.
This post’s focus is on the kitchen. I personally love the clean look of beach house and beach cottage decor in kitchens. Neutral sands with bright and cool turquoise work perfectly with white cabinets and countertops giving you that beautiful clean design.
If you are looking for ideas on how to decorate your kitchen in beach house decor look no further than here. Let’s dive in.
Beach Cottage Kitchen Tips
A few tips before we dive into these 10 beautifully decorated beach cottage kitchens. The first and most important tip is to watch the amount of clutter you add. While cottage decor typically uses clutter in a charming way, beach decor is best if it has a clean appearance.
Additionally, pick just two or three colors for your palette, adding more might make your kitchen feel too busy and cluttered. It’s a careful balance between beach and cottage decor so you don’t want to lead too much in one direction.
Finally, use bigger rustic or farmhouse style pieces to turn your beach decor into beach cottage decor. A farmhouse sink, driftwood chairs, basket pendant lights all help to turn your kitchen into a beach cottage.
Pastel Beach Cottage Kitchen
I love the rustic touch of galvanized metal in the stools here. The white paired with a bright turquoise then hardened slightly by the metal is a perfect blend for a beach cottage kitchen.
White and Blue Cottage Kitchen
Rattan light fixtures are the perfect touch for this beach cottage kitchen. Adding neutral colors and natural fibers to your kitchen amplifies the beach cottage feel in your home.
Modern Beach With Cottage Touches
Of course beach cottage decor doesn’t mean you have to go full on rustic or farmhouse with turquoise or beachy touches. Instead a simple and minimalistic approach adds just enough of charm. A farmhouse sink and clean lines of the turquoise subway tile is perfect for a beachy kitchen.
Use Unique Patterns
Patterns can add just enough touch of cottage to a kitchen to make it work beautifully. In this example you see a blend of a unique and cottage like pattern in the chairs paired with chic glass pendants for light fixtures.
Colorful Beach Cottage Kitchen
I really like the mixture or blues in this kitchen. Navy, sky blue, and turquoise blend beautifully and the ratan and white keep this kitchen looking clean.
Coastal Kitchen Island
Painting your kitchen island a beautiful coastal blue is a great way to add a pop of color to an otherwise mostly white kitchen. Pair this with basket pendant lights and you have a beautiful beachy cottage kitchen.
Beach Cottage Two Tone Kitchen
I really like the look of two tone kitchens like this. The white cabinets make the room feel larger while the raw wood toned lower cabinets bring a bit of a cozy feel to the kitchen. The blue accents really complete the look in this cottage style kitchen.
Modern Farmhouse Beach Decor
Raw wood, driftwood, clean lines, turquoise backsplash with white upper cabinet beautifully blends rustic touches with modern stylings.
Add Coral To Brighten Up Your Kitchen
While turquoise is the most popular beachy color adding other colors like sand and coral can bring in the perfect cottage vibes. This valance has the turquoise from the backsplash and it pairs perfectly with the bold coral splashes.
Simple Cottage Beach House Kitchen
Textured glass in the upper cabinets, simple lines paired with turquoise, and a big window work perfectly together to give this kitchen the perfect cottage feels.
Beach Cottage Kitchens
With all of these different ideas you are sure to put together your own perfect beach cottage kitchen in your home. I recommend turquoise backsplashes, two tone cabinets, and small accent pieces.
Be careful of adding too much clutter to your countertops. It’s best to keep them clear of clutter to showcase the beachy decor in your kitchen.
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