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Rustic coasts trend: sea-inspired blue hues and natural materials

Bring a breath of fresh air indoors with the cool blue tones of the sea, combined with the warm beige colours of sandy beaches. And with sustainably-sourced materials, your home feels closer to nature too.

Blue and white floral textiles on a rattan rocking chair, and a floral curtain across a window behind.
Blue and white floral textiles on a rattan rocking chair, and a floral curtain across a window behind.

Added comfort


Make your bed more inviting with new bedlinen. Watercolour flowers are transformed into a blue dip-dyed, geometric pattern for this bedding, made from all-natural cotton.

Breakfast basics


Serve a nourishing breakfast or leisurely brunch on a wooden cutting board. This collection of side plates, bowls and cups is glazed with deep dark blue patterns, which contast nicely with the warm tones of the wood.

Bathroom with blue


Give your bathroom an affordable refresh with some blue striped towels to add a feeling of calm with a nod to the blue of the ocean.

Creative and calm


This wall mounted workstation in bamboo, is both hard-wearing and attractive. The boxes and files in a blue design, help to keep things organised for a clutter-free desk and a more peaceful home office.

Shop the trend


We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.