A beach quilt or coverlet is a great option when you’re looking to create a tropical paradise bedroom decor. They come in a variety of Hawaiian and Caribbean inspired patterns and colors so finding one to create or match your beach theme bedding is easy they are available in twin, twin xl, full, queen and king bed sizes. First decide whether you want to go with a more traditional patchwork type or maybe it’s the wedding ring or postage stamp style that catches your eye. Whichever one you choose, think about the colors and scenery of your last tropical island vacation or the memories tied in with your at the beach house or cottage on the shore. Palm trees, beach chairs and surf boards to pails of sand, sea shells, starfish and flip flops, any of these choices is perfect for a childrens or teen’s room, your infant’s nursery or your master suite. Don’t forget windsurf kites and sunglasses for your girls or boys tween room and more traditional nautical themes like sailboats and a captain’s wheel for your guestroom. Imagine the tropical patterns on your quilt create your personal island paradise.
You love the seashore so it’s natural to think of the vivacious colors of the Caribbean and Hawaii: aquamarine, turquoise and teal for the ocean; azure, cerulean and sapphire for the daytime sky and hues of pink, yellow, orange, red and purple to mimic the colors that paint the evening sky as the sun sets. Your room is your palette so let your imagination take you to the beach so that you can recreate the pictures in your mind with your quilt and then coordinate your sheets, dust ruffle, shams, decorative pillows and drapes to compliment the patterns. Sizes range from twin for your kids room to twin XL for a teenage boys or mens college dorm bed; full, queen, king bed for any other bedroom and even California king sizes so men, women and kids can all find a coastal-style coverlet to suit any room. Wondering whether a cotton cover or an antique-style quilt will work best in your room? Online reviews are a great resource for opinions whether it’s fabric, quality or brand. While you’re searching, think about looking at sales and clearances. Discounted quilts offer a less expensive, more affordable option so that European sham and bolster pillow you’re eyeing to add to your beach décor will be within your budget because you’ve saved a little money. What is a beach style quilt? It’s a type of blanket that is typically made of three layers: a top which is the decorative side feature Caribbean or Hawaiian island prints or designs, a middle made of cotton or wool batting and a woven back. All three are stitched together using the technique known as quilting. Modern quilts are usually one piece of the same fabric while more traditional have different pieces of fabric and patterns or patchwork stitched together; they are also known as a coverlet or matelasse bedspread.