Lately, I’ve been feeling like my blog has turned into the Unofficial Coastal Cowgirl Handbook! I adore this aesthetic – the beachy and carefree vibes are everything. I also love that it is so open to interpretation… you can put your own spin on the look in terms of how much you lean into the coastal half or the cowgirl side. Not only does a Coastal Cowgirl express her own uniqueness through her fashion sense, you’ll see it reflected in her home as well. Already, we are seeing big interior design players like Studio McGee and Architectural Digest dive deeper into the trend, so you can bet that it will be hot for summer and beyond. If you want to channel the look, here are 12 beautiful Coastal Cowgirl aesthetic rooms to gather inspiration from!
Coastal Cowgirl Room Design Inspiration
What Is The Coastal Cowgirl Design Aesthetic?
As the name suggests, Coastal Cowgirl design is an All American aesthetic that essentially combines the best elements of refined country and coastal chic. It’s like the California Casual girl, or Coastal Granddaughter with a wild side. This trend is a great 2023 refresh of boho style. It doesn’t feel uptight, but young and fun as it was essentially born from Gen Z/TikTok!
Living in Texas, I appreciate that this interior design aesthetic has a Western vibe to it, but isn’t all about in-your-face turquoise & fringe, nor is the overdone white Fixer Upper Farmhouse commonly seen. This is a great style for those who are right in between.
I’m living for this calming family room! The light driftwood tones look amazing with the natural fabrics and calming blues. The surfboard on the wall really takes the cake!
Coastal Cowgirl Design Elements/Staples
If you are wondering what elements and decor pieces you will need to create a coastal cowgirl room, check out this blog post for my own bedroom refresh in this style. Basically, you will need:
- leather accents
- beachy linens
- calming earthy hues like blues and green, pale yellow
- shell and beach decor
- western decor like cactus, skulls, boots, cowhides
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